Rosie the Riveter

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Artist: R. M. Pace (Does anyone have any additional information about this artist?)

"No shit, we can do it!"

Artist: R. M. Pace (Does anyone have any additional information about this artist?)

Artist: Ana Tierra

Viva La Mujer!

Artist: Ana Tierra

Does anyone know who is in this image, where it was taken, when it was taken, or who the photographer was?

Does anyone know who is in this image, where it was taken, when it was taken, or who the photographer was?

Two female war workers walk along a dock at the Electric Boat Co., cans of paint in their hands, as a group of male sailors watch them, October 1943. Later known as General Dynamics Electric Boat, the company produced more than 70 submarines and almost 400 PT boats during World War II.  Photo credit: Bernard Hoffman / The LIFE Picture Collection — in Groton, Connecticut.

Two female war workers walk along a dock at the Electric Boat Co., cans of paint in their hands, as a group of male sailors watch them, October 1943. Later known as General Dynamics Electric Boat, the company produced more than 70 submarines and almost 400 PT boats during World War II. Photo credit: Bernard Hoffman / The LIFE Picture Collection — in Groton, Connecticut.

We can do it!  Artist: Miss Chat*Z

We can do it! Artist: Miss Chat*Z

Miss Anna Bland, a burner, rushes the SS ''George Washington Carver'' to completion. Approximately 1,000 Black women were included among the more than 6,000 People of Color in the four Kaiser shipyards, April 1943. - Richmond, Virginia

Miss Anna Bland, a burner, rushes the SS ''George Washington Carver'' to completion. Approximately 1,000 Black women were included among the more than 6,000 People of Color in the four Kaiser shipyards, April 1943. - Richmond, Virginia

No Soy Tu Mamacita (I'm not your mommy)  Artist: Debi Hasky (www.debihasky.com)

No Soy Tu Mamacita (I'm not your mommy) Artist: Debi Hasky (www.debihasky.com)