I'm writing to request to re-open the question Rosie the Riveter. It was closed as off-topic, but there is an interesting association between the cultural icon of Rosie the Riveter and the expression "We Can Do It!" which emerges in the answers.
Perhaps the question could be retitled Rosie the Riveter and 'We Can Do It!' and could be rephrased slightly as follows:
I have read that Rosie the Riveter is a symbol of the American woman who worked in factories instead of men during the Second World War.
She appears to be associated with the slogan “We Can Do It!” Is this expression still in use nowadays? I mean, do ordinary (American, in particular) people know who is it? Does it preserve its meaning?
The discussion of the expression and its association to Rosie the Riveter might be a worthwhile addition to this site.