ויקיפדיה:מיזמי ויקיפדיה/נשים באדום/למיון

מתוך ויקיפדיה, האנציקלופדיה החופשית
קפיצה אל: ניווט, חיפוש

כאן אפשר להוסיף רשימת שמות ערכים שלא ברור לאן הם שייכים, ונשתדל למיין:

  • חנה לאור -פעילה חברתית, ממייסדי איל"ן, כלת אות הנשיא למתנדב, יקירת העיר תל אביב, כלת מגן שר הבריאות, יוזמת ומקימה של מוסדות שונים לרווחת נכים.
  • פאולין נוויל-ג'ונס (אנ') - הייתה ממונה על משרד הביטחון(?) הבריטי
  • רובי מיירס, אסתר אברהם, נדירה - שלוש כוכבות בוליווד יהודיות-הודיות (יש ערכים בוויקיפדיה האנגלית ושלל מקורות נוספים).
  • נחמה זלטובסקי הכהן - החלל (ה) הצבאי הראשון של מלחמת העצמאות (ההתקפה על אוטובוס 2094).
  • Amelia Bence (אנ') - שחקנית ארגנטינאית ממוצא יהודי. נפטרה אתמול בגיל 101 (לא בטוח שהתעתיק נכון)
  • Nancy Dupree (אנ') מנהלת מרכז מרכז אפגניסטן באוניברסיטת קאבול באפגניסטן
  • Margaret Fuller, American journalist, author, book critic and women’s rights advocate, known for her book Woman in the Nineteenth Century
  • 1826 – Frances Fuller Victor, American historian and novelist, known for her History of Oregon as well as histories of other western states (d. 1902)
  • 1842 – Maria Konopnicka, Polish poet, novelist, translator, journalist and women’s rights activist (d. 1910)
  • 1846 – Arabella Mansfield, American lawyer, first female lawyer in the United States, admitted to the Iowa bar in 1869 (d. 1911)
  • 1855 – Isabella Ford, English author, lecturer, suffragist and social reformer, known for work with female mill workers and trade union organization (d. 1924)
  • 1875 – Kate Barnard, American politician and charity worker, first woman elected to a state position in Oklahoma (1907) as the Oklahoma Commissioner of Charities and Corrections (d. 1930)
  • 1879 – Elizabeth Gunn, New Zealand pediatrician and children’s health pioneer (d. 1963)
  • 1908 – Hélène Boucher, French pilot, held numerous records including speed and altitude (d. 1934)
  • 1910 – Margaret Wise Brown, American author, known for children’s books such as Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny (d. 1952)
  • 1914 – Celestine Sibley, American journalist and author; writing for the Atlanta Constitution, she contributed more than 10,000 columns and news stories covering a wide range of topics; she also wrote close to 30 books. (d. 1999)
  • 1914 – Barbara Ward, English economist, journalist, lecturer, broadcaster, and advocate of sustainable development (d. 1981)
  • 1919 – Ruth Fernández, Puerto Rican singer and politician, member of the Puerto Rican Senate (d. 2012)
  • 1923 – Alicia de Larrocha, Spanish pianist, born in Catalonia, called “the greatest Spanish pianist in history” by Reuters, recipient of a number of Grammy Awards, a Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts, and the UNESCO Prize (d. 2009)
  • 1926 – Aileen Hernandez, American union organizer and civil rights activist, second national president of the National Organization for Women, co-founder of Black Women Organized for Action in San Francisco
  • 1928 – Rosemary Clooney, American singer, actress, and author (d. 2002)
  • 1893 – דורותי פולדהיים Dorothy Fuldheim, American journalist and commentator, radio and television host, considered the first woman to anchor a television news broadcast, conducted interviews with Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler prior to WWII, (d. 1989)
  • 1915 – שרלוט זולוטאו Charlotte Zolotow, American author, poet, editor and publisher, born Charlotte Gertrude Shapiro, prolific writer of books for children (d. 2013)
  • 1921 – ויולט ז'אבו Violette Szabo, French secret agent, served during WWII as a Special Operation Executive agent; she was captured and executed at Ravensbrueck concentration camp. (d. 1945)
  • 1936 – אדית פרלמן Edith Pearlman, American author, known for her short stories and travel writing, recipient of many honors and awards
  • 1936 – ננסי וילרד Nancy Willard, American author, poet, and novelist, recipient of the Newbery Medal for A Visit to William Blake’s Inn
  • 1946 – קנדאס פרט Candace Pert, American neuroscientist and pharmacologist, known for discovering the opiate receptor in the brain (d. 2013)