Check out a variety of press items on the park and our work. Click the links below to enjoy recent articles and some that contribute to our history.
By Barbara Noe Kennedy on www.historynet.com
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The Bay Area port City recalls an era of can-do American spirit.
Abbie Bennett - Connecting Vets
November 13, 2019 - 11:28 AM
The women who would later be characterized by the symbol of "Rosie the Riveter" could receive Congress' highest award if a bill approved by the House today becomes law.
Tatiana Sanchez Sep. 22, 2019 San Francisco Chronicle
Betty Reid Soskin, the National Park Service’s oldest park ranger, is recovering from a stroke, her son announced on Sunday, her 98th birthday.
August 8, 2019 the Richmond Standard
Think you had a busy summer?
Perhaps you haven’t met Rosie’s Girls, a fearless group of 30 sixth, seventh and eighth graders from Richmond and San Pablo.
Just reading through their six-week summer itinerary is exhausting. Four days in Yosemite. Ropes course at Fort Miley. Silk-screening at the Richmond Art Center. Tours of the Mission Science Center, the Chevron Richmond Refinery, the SS Red Oak Victory and the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. A Career Day at Kennedy High with more than 30 women who work jobs formerly considered exclusive to men.
By Janis Mara Aug 10 2019 Video: Aug 10 2019 Fox KTVU 2
RICHMOND, Calif. (BCN) - Former World War II shipyard worker Mary Torres, 96, jumped to her feet and waved as hundreds of people cheered at the Rosie Rally Home Front Festival in Richmond Saturday.
This is the fifth year for the festival, which commemorates the iconic, if fictional, World War II female worker known as "Rosie the Riveter."
August 10, 2019 KPIX CBS SF Bay Area
RICHMOND (CBS SF) — Former World War II shipyard worker Mary Torres, 96, jumped to her feet and waved as hundreds of people cheered at the Rosie Rally Home Front Festival in Richmond Saturday.
This is the fifth year for the festival, which commemorates the iconic, if fictional, World War II female worker known as “Rosie the Riveter.” The worker appeared on WWII posters representing women working industrial jobs to support the war effort.