Liesl Bradner | KCET
An award-winning journalist with more than 15 years experience, Liesl Bradner has contributed to respected national publications such as the Los Angeles Times, the New Republic, the Guardian, Truthdig, Variety and WWII magazine. In 2018, she published "Snapdragon: The WWII Exploits of Darby's Rangers and Combat photographer Phil Stern."
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In 1919, Congress passed the Volstead Act, the 18th Amendment’s liquor ban. Despite the Prohibition the liquor continued to flow in the Southland, along with the sun and waves and a few secret tunnels.
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After immigrating from Colombia, Diana Trujillo took the long path to becoming an aerospace engineer at JPL, but for the Colombian aerospace engineer, it was worth it.
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Despite gender and racial discrimination, Bessie Coleman and those inspired by her blazed the trail for future female aviators.
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In 1929, Santa Monica was overflowing with spectators as the host for the first Intercontinental Woman’s Air Derby, where twenty female aviators signed up to participate in the 2,759-mile course to the finish line in Cleveland, Ohio.