Women's History Month 2021

March is Women's History Month

Bitanga Productions is working on a project called "19th" and we hope to photograph 19 women. (On June 4, 1919, the United States passed the right for white women to vote Native Americans weren’t US Citizens until 1924 and didn't have the right to vote until 1962. (19th Amendment).

 

As a part of the photo session, we will also be conducting a video candid conversation that will be produced into a 1 minute films and a culminating 2-3 minute film.

Angelique Peregrina

Class of '23 Dyson School of Business Applied Economics and Management
 

"It's okay to take things slow. You don't have to help out your whole neighborhood, your

whole community to make an impact."
 

Della Keahna Uran

Class of '22 Environmental Science, Indigenous Studies, Fashion Studies

"I don't think that independence is doing everything on your own. I think that one thing that an

independent woman can do is build relationships..."

Anuli Ononye

Class of '22 Government, Gender Feminist Studies, College Scholars Research

“I don’t know when the transition from girl to woman happened, but I called myself a girl for a very long time.”

Class of '22 Operations Research Engineering, Environmental Engineering & Business

Niki Reddy

“I am unique as a woman because of the combination of my field in engineering as well as my interest in weightlifting. Those are usually thought to be more masculine interests.”

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