archive : December 2017

#WomenWednesday Recognizes First Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Activist. Writer. Nobel Peace Prize Winner. These are a few adjectives that describe Bertha von Suttner. Born in 1843 to an Austrian family of military nobility, von Suttner was the product of an aristocratic society that accepted militaristic traditions without question. Yet she would go on to challenge these as a peace advocate later in […]

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CiTTA lauds Eleanor Roosevelt on #WomenWednesday

Did you know December is International Human Rights Month? That’s why today’s #WomenWednesday shines a spotlight on a trailblazer in the international human rights arena: Eleanor Roosevelt. It’s true she was the wife of President Franklin D. Roosevelt – but she redefined the role of the first lady. Previously, the main function of the first […]

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CiTTA Recognizes Ada Lovelace on #WomenWednesday!

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It’s #WomenWednesday – the day we’ve set aside especially to highlight the amazing impact women make when they are empowered to innovate. This week CiTTA is happy to recognize the birthday of the first computer programmer – Ada Lovelace. Born in December of 1815, Ada Lovelace was empowered from the start by her mother. Lady […]

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