Real Life Rosies!

Today, the Center for Total Health team was delighted to host six real-life Rosies, so-called for the famous Rosie the Riveter of World War II. These women worked in Kaiser Shipyards — where Kaiser Permanente was born — while their friends, brothers, husbands, and neighbors were at war. They were among the first women hired for these jobs, and the first admitted into the Boilermakers Union.


In addition to the well-known Rosie image, we loved this poster showing safe shipyard attire.

Shipyard Dress

The women are in Washington, DC, to meet with Vice President Joe Biden, President Obama, and other senior government officials. See all the pictures here. You can read more about them, and World War II in the shipyards, on the History of Total Health Blog.

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