Frederika Dicker was born in 1898 to a poor Jewish family in Vienna, Austria. Her mother passed away when Friedl was just a toddler. Like many Jews who were killed by the Nazis, not a lot of information is available on Friedl’s childhood, but her story becomes clearer upon entering the iconic art school Weimar Bauhaus.
Katharine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, was known for printing the Pentagon Papers and reports on the Watergate scandal. Learn more about the first 20th-century female publisher and what she overcame.
Printer Ruth Ellis lived to the age of 101, leaving behind an incredibly legacy of helping the Black, LGBTQ, and senior citizen communities. Learn more about her remarkable story.