Female NYPD Officers Embrace Difficult Task Of Working In Families Of Homicide Victims Liaison UnitIt could be one of the hardest jobs in the NYPD and its among the first in the nation.
Women's History Month Observed In Central ParkA ceremony was held at the Women's Rights Pioneers Monument, which was unveiled in August 2020.
Women's History Month: Female-Owned DIY Businesses Thrive Alongside Each Other Under One RoofThey all coincidentally left their male-dominated industries to make a name for themselves in the do-it-yourself industry.
Women's History Month: Camelia Valdes Breaks Barriers As First Latina Prosecutor In New Jersey, First Woman To Become Passaic County ProsecutorValdes is also the first lead federal prosecutor of Dominican decent in the United States.
Women's History Month: Assessing Pandemic's Disproportionate Impact On Women In The WorkforceSome economists are calling the pandemic a "she-cession" due to its disproportional impact on women in the workforce.
Women's History Month: Nurse Andrea Dalzell Fighting To Stop Discrimination Against People With DisabilitiesWhen Andrea Dalzell was 5, she was diagnosed with a neurological disorder that affects the spinal cord. By the time she was 12, she was a paraplegic. Today, Andrea is a registered nurse at a school on the Lower East Side.
Women's History Month: New York City Teens Among First Young Women To Earn Eagle Scout RankTwo New York City teens are part of the first class of young women who earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
Women Behind Times Square Restaurants Say Moms' Support, Love Of Feeding Others Help Them Persevere During PandemicBoth women immigrated to the United States as children and say their goal is to spark joy with food.
Women's History Month: Virtual Tours Explore How Female Historic Figures Shaped New YorkThe tour beings in Battery Park and includes stops at the African Burial Ground, Grand Central and Trinity Church -- significant places to share stories of important female figures.
Women's History Month: Female Filmmakers Animate The Story Of 3 'Rosie The Riveter' WWII Heroes"The Girl With The Rivet Gun" is an animated documentary that recognizes three unsung female heroes of World War II: Esther Horne, Susan Taylor King and Mildred Crow Sargent.
Women's History Month: Bronx Park Showcasing Graffiti, Street Art Created By WomenThe ultimate goal of the visitor center's showcase is to show people passing through that women can accomplish anything they set their minds to.
Deborah Norville Reflects Back On 25 Years Hosting 'Inside Edition'Over the years she's covered defining moments in our history, reporting from a plane, to a jail, to a hospital bed just hours after giving birth, even sharing her battle beating thyroid cancer. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Women's History Month: New York's City Hall Add 4 Historic Figures To Portrait GalleryCity Hall's halls just got a little brighter after the council added four portraits to their gallery of prominent New Yorkers.
Women's History Who's Who - Take The QuizRead the clues and guess the icon who made strides forward for women's opportunities. How many do you know?
Actress Ali Stroker's History-Making Tony Awards Win Inspiring Young Performers With Differing AbilitiesActress Ali Stroker is serving as a voice for hope for other performers with differing abilities dreaming of making it on Broadway.