WEAR in the Media
"How a teenager got more women of color added to history lessons in one of the country’s largest school systems"
By: Washington Post Columnist Theresa Vargas
"If you were painting a picture, you wouldn’t just paint it with one color and expect it to tell the whole story" - Prasidha Padmanabhan, Founder/President of WEAR
"This Virginia high schooler is pushing to see more women of color in their curriculum"
Interview with NPR Host Sarah McCammon
Sarah McCammon interviews Prasidha Padmanabhan about WEARs efforts to get FCPS to include more women's history in the curriculum
"DMV organization working with Fairfax schools to add more women's history into curriculum"
Interview with DC7 Reporter Robert Burton
Founder/President, Prasidha Padmanabhan, was interviewed by Robert Burton about WEAR's work and efforts in Virginia.
"FCPS students fight for more women’s history to be taught in schools"
Feature Written by Noelle Riddle
The Fairfax County Times local paper featured a story about the work WEAR had done in early 2021 in their "Positive Vibes" column.