Although we associate the German settlement in the Czech Republic primarily with the borderlands, a significant German-speaking minority also used to live in Prague. Our researcher, Karina Hoření, spoke about the prominent female figures of Prague’s German community, and why they have been forgotten, at a panel discussion organized by the Czech organization Gender Studies. Together with another discussant, Zuzana Schreiberová, director of the non-profit organization Multicultural Centre Prague, they introduced the audience to interesting women such as photographer Grete Popper, politician Irene Kirpal or activist Kate Frankenthal, but also discussed how their life paths were influenced by their gender and ethnicity. Recording of the debate is available here.