Archives for March, 2017

Mar
03

Women’s History Month – Thelma G. Buchholdt

Women’s History Month  Thelma G. Buchholdt  UDC Alum: Alaska Legislator, Civil Rights Leader, and Author Elected to the Alaska House of Representatives, where she served four terms, Thelma G. Buchholdt is the first Filipino-American legislator in the U.S. Former Alaska legislator, civil rights leader, author and attorney Thelma G. Buchholdt, was born Aug. 1, 1934,… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Thelma G. Buchholdt

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Mar
01

“Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” – Art Show

“Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” The UDC Art Program presents a Persian textile/ mixed media art exhibition by Yasaman Ebadi and her husband Amirali Ebadi, both of whom immigrated to the US in 2012. The exhibit is called “Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” The exhibit consists of original artworks… Continue Reading “Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” – Art Show

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Mar
01

Women’s History Month – Myrtilla Miner

Women’s History Month  Myrtilla Miner Abolitionist and Founder of UDC Predecessor Institutions An iconic figure in the fight to educate African-American women, Myrtilla Miner stands as a reminder of the power of perseverance. Her efforts laid the foundation for what is today – the University of the District of Columbia.    Born March 4, 1815,  in… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Myrtilla Miner

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