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Friday Book Share ~ When Night Comes

Hello, SE Readers. Can you believe we’re already in March? And since it’s the second Frida of the month, it’s book share Friday. I don’t know about you, but my “to be read” list seems t… 8 more words


Barbie Inspiring Women Series: Katherine Johnson, Frida Kahlo, and Amelia Earhart

Earlier this month, Mattel released a very much anticipated series of Barbies based on real -life inspirational women.   The first three dolls are Katherine Johnson, a brilliant mathematician who’s calculations helped manned spaceflights become a reality, artist and activist Frida Kahlo, and pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart. 213 more words



“Nací con una revolución. Que se sepa, con ese fuego nací, llevada por el ímpetu de la revuelta hasta el momento de ver el día. El día era ardiente. 371 more words


Salma Hayek Pinault- Beyond The Beauty Part 2

As promised, here is part dos of Salma Hayek Pinault’s interview with Mother Oprah Winfrey. If you aren’t already up to speed, check out part uno… 874 more words

Afterglow by Glen Donaldson

It was an after-dinner announcement no one had seen coming. After a great many years spent toying with the idea from the comfort of her upholstered recliner lounge chair with the polished wooden lever at the side, great-grandmother  Bertha Babcock had decided the time was finally right to get her very first spray tan. 1,751 more words

Commodifying Frida Kahlo

Although during her lifetime Frida Kahlo was known predominantly for her marriage to Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, she is now internationally recognised for her idiosyncratic art style, political activism and above all, striking appearance. 922 more words



Written by Jonah Winter, illustrated by Ana Juan Arthur A. Levine Books, 2002

Frida enters the world.

Frida is born in the town of Coyoacán in Mexico, into a family of six daughters.

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World-Changing Women