Immaculate Heart High School


Caitlin Slegr Ross – Visual Arts Teacher

Caitlin Ross, Lead Teacher

Los Angeles, CA | 9-12th Grade

"Given the intensity of our world at this moment it makes it particularly important for us to see and understand how one person can make a difference and a change for a brighter future, if the desire is strong enough to do so. "

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FEATURED WORK

Constance Lavinia Franklin

Constance Lavinia Franklin

By Grace Carrington

It was interesting to learn that my family’s views, including the men in my family, were so liberal at a time when society was generally very conservative.   READ MORE +
Li Ma

Li Ma

By Perla Rand

My mother grew up in Communist China so there were not many opportunities for democracy in her childhood.   READ MORE +
Lozen, Chiricahua Apache Medicine Woman and Warrior

Lozen, Chiricahua Apache Medicine Woman and Warrior

By Charlotte Reynolds

Not only was she praised for her physical prowess, but she was also highly renowned and respected for her immense knowledge of medicinal properties of minerals and plants.   READ MORE +
My Mom

My Mom

By Sophia Movsisian

She studied medicine not only because of her passion for helping others but to prove to the people who brought her down that she was capable of achieving her dreams.   READ MORE +

STUDENT WORK

A Close Family Friend

A Close Family Friend

By Angel Ignatius

Voters play a central role in shaping the government and the future of our country.
Kate Fehlhendler

Kate Fehlhendler

By Charlotte Goldberg

When I look back on all women in history I realize how lucky I am to be a part of this brave and powerful movement towards complete and utter equality for women.
Delia Alpez

Delia Alpez

By Korina Hernandez

Researching and asking my grandma helped me understand her life.
My Mother

My Mother

By Lilian Kim

What made Inez unique from the many suffragettes and feminism was her aversion towards white feminism.
Lucinda Gold, My Sister

Lucinda Gold, My Sister

By Maggie Gold

I have always been very proud of my sister, and this interview has deepened my respect for her.
My Mom

My Mom

By Meelah Harkness

Women are not any less intellectual than men are, it’s just the fact that they were not given equal opportunities to prove themselves worthy of being taken seriously in the work force.
My Grandmother

My Grandmother

By Quinn Lanza

Now, I share mostly the same political views with my grandmother and we discuss how the thing that is so incredible about our country is our freedom.
Great-Grandmother Martha

Great-Grandmother Martha

By Renata Spinelli

As times began to change, my grandmother grew up with many opposing beliefs to her mother’s.
Ma GrandMa

Ma GrandMa

By Ruby Valla

My grandmother’s story showed me how far women have come in America and how far we still have to go.
Alice Paul

Alice Paul

By Megan Sabocor

I think one outside factor that influenced such activism in Paul is the ratification of the 15th Amendment in 1870 granting only males of all races the right to vote.
Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart

By Alison Moon

Named as the first female pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean, Earhart inspires females of all generations to challenge themselves in whatever field they aspire to be in.

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