Sunday, March 11, 2018

Tracing Kansas City Lady History

Really IMPRESSIVE effort from the library which documents female leadership and might make a great gift for young women that's much more educational than so much corporate targeted marketing materials. Read more:

Drawing From History: Coloring Book Highlights Notable Women of KC's Past

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Library showcases several remarkable women who have left their mark on the Kansas City region in Coloring Kansas City: Women Who Made History, a special, limited-edition coloring book curated by the Missouri Valley Special Collections.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Historic black women of the past would be appalled by the welfare living crack whores of the hood we have now

Anonymous said...

Are they wearing lingerie!

Anonymous said...

What does it matter? With the subject being what it is, the whole book can't have more than six pages.

Anonymous said...

No Carol Coe?

Inquiring Minds Want to Know said...

What color crayon would Hoopz use if she was in that coloring book?

Anonymous said...

Nothing says "important" like a coloring book.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^I think that was what 10:44 was hinting at. Hoopz is far from important.

Anonymous said...

What type of sandwiches are they making ?

Anonymous said...

If Morganna Roberts is not in the book, it's worthless.

Wakanda is real said...

for the demographic east of troost ages -9 mos. to 54 years of age, cartoons are real and coloring books are regarded as proper teaching tools.