Great women come from every corner of the world. Fortunately for us, many brilliant ones have brought their talents to the United States.
In honor of the beginning of Women’s History Month we collected photographs of female immigrants who became important figures in American society.
Click here to view other posts in the ongoing Monday Great Immigration Debate slideshow series.
The Wise Latina Club’s Dulce-Marie Flecha is a rising senior at Penn State. When she is not writing her honors thesis, she is trying to learn a fourth language, feeding her fashion obsession by Googling her favorite designers’, or begging the Yankees to hit with runners in scoring position. Click here to read more about and connect with Dulce-Marie.
The Great Immigration Debate Slideshow is part of the original TWLC series “Anatomy of an Immigration Debate.” Posts analyze the charged political and social context of this debate and the extraordinary demographic changes confirmed by the 2010 U.S. Census that are re-defining and challenging our notion of the body politic as articulated in the motto imprinted on American currency “E pluribus unum”–”Out of Many, One.” Click here to read previous entries.
Who is the greatest woman in your life?