Women of Truckee Making History
Women of Truckee Making History is a book that celebrates local women for their contributions to the community of Truckee, California. It was compiled, designed and edited by two Truckee women, Parvin Darabi and Lydia Sparksworthy.
The book published at 2002 by Homa Darabi Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to human rights issues mostly related to women.
The book details the lives of 30 influential women in Truckee. The criteria for selecting the 30 women required applicants to live or work full-time in Truckee, and “to be actively involved in voluntarism which required dedication above and beyond normal eight-to-five, 40-hours-a week paid employment.”
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- Darabi Foundation book highlights Truckee women[dead link]
- Women of Truckee making history: a collection of profiles of some of the exceptional and dedicated women in Truckee, California in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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