DMH Spotlight - "The work of Diana Mara Henry is recognized as a National Treasure of History" Back

Thanks to Janine Fondon,

co-chair of the On the Move Forum at Baypath University with Diana Mara Henry, who gave the keynote

Watch the video online, now!

"Baby ERA" and Diana Mara Henry carry in the torch at minute 3, ERA speakes at 5:32, and DMH at minute 11.


"...Whereas, The Work of Diana Mara Henry, the official photographer for the 1977 First National Women's conference, is recognized as a National Treasure of History...Diana's photographs are currenly in the Collections of the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, and the W.E.B. Du Bois Library at the Uniiversity of Massachusetts, Amherst....Therefore, I, Domenic J. Sarno, Mayor of the City of Springfield, do hereby proclaim Wednesday, March 8, 2017

"On the Move Day to Advance Women..."


Dr. Carol Leary's reflections on the Forum are here!

The most dynamic President of Baypath University, Carol Leary,

adressing the On the Move Forum March 8, Longmeadow, MA.

On the screen: Patricia Carbine, co-founder of Ms Magazine, by Diana Mara Henry

See Photographer Lisa Quinones reporting on the Baypath On the Move Forum and her website:

Thank you Lisa!

Rosemary Tracy Woods, creator and owner of Art for the Soul Gallery

razzle-dazzles them!

Thank you, ERA, Baby Leo, and dad José MArtinez, for joining and telling us about the new museum you are creating in Trinidad, Colorado! Leo is the same age ERA was when I photographed her in Gloria Steinem's arms at the White House, 1978.. Thank you Lisa Quinones for this beautiful photo!

In front of Diana Mara Henry's photo of Maya Angelou, issues discussion leaders line up to deliver the updated planks for 2017...That's Denise Jordan, Mayor Sarno's Chief of Staff consulting her notes. Thank you Lisa Quinones for this beautiful photo!

Diana Mara Henry's photograph of Jean Stapleton on screen is the backdrop for On the Move Forum participants discussing the issues in a revisioning of the First National Women's Conference, 1977.

Thank you Lisa Quinones for this beautiful photo!

The gang's all here! Thank you Janine Fondon, far left, for organizing Baypath's On the Move Forum 2017!

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"Thank you so much for your unique and valuable perspective. I felt honored to share Women's Day with you and ERA, as well as all of the remarkable local women in the room. As a woman in business who is active in her community and raising a small daughter, I am keenly aware of how important women like yourself- who make their mark in art and history by documenting our gender's perpetuated struggle for equality- are. Thank you for educating us; for taking the time to ensure that we know who and what came before us so that we can inform the future for our daughters and students." - President, Chamber of Commerce

A new edition of Women on the Move was created for the event....

Email us now to order your copies / schedule a speaking engagement!


A great interview by Adam Rabin

You can download the audio and listen and have fun!

Thanks to Kenric Kite for the nice photo of DMH at the Vermont State House.

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