Honoring the Work & Wisdom of Dr. Dorothy Height

On April 27, 2021, WNDC Educational Foundation hosted a panel with Former Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, Dr. Thelma Daley, and  Anna Eleanor Fierst reflecting on civil rights activist and historical icon Dr. Dorothy Height.

The 2020 Virtual March on Washington

Special video presentation featuring a segment highlighting Dr. Height as described by Secretary Alexis Herman, the 23rd U.S. Secretary of Labor and the President of the Dorothy Irene height Educational Foundation.

The Daily Show Highlights Dr. Height

The Daily Social Show with Trevor Noah, highlights Dr. Height and other women that have fought for justice throughout history in a segment called “Black Women Deserve More Credit.”

Living With Purpose

A tribute to Dr. Dorothy Height, who was recognized with a U.S. Postage Stamp released on February 1, 2017.

Alexis Herman on the Hat Exhibition

Alexis Herman Former Secretary of The United States Department of Labor speaks on Dorothy Height and the Unveiling of The Dr. Dorothy Irene Height Hat Exhibition “Messages of Our Mothers”.

Dorothy Height’s Hat 360º View

Dorothy Height’s Hats – April 29 – September 4, 2017.

Remembering Dr. Dorothy Height

President Obama delivers the eulogy at a memorial service for Dr. Dorothy Height, saying that the inspirational civil rights leader who died last week at the age of 98 deserves a place of honor in Americas memory. April 29, 2010.

Call for Service at Morehouse College

Secretary Alexis Herman speaks on Dr. Dorothy I. Height at Morehouse College. A Call for Service: A Special Note to Women…in the United States and abroad is a request to engage in some of the following activities for the DIHEF Centennial week-long celebration

100th Birthday Celebration

Secretary Alexis Herman, President of The Dorothy I. Height Education (DIHEF), speaks on how the 100th Birthday Celebration of the late Dorothy I. Height coincides with Women’s History Month.

A Special Thank You

Secretary Herman takes a special moment to acknowledge the President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and the Chair of the National Council of Negro during Women’s History Month of 2012.