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A renowned leader in women’s history education, the National Women's History Museum brings to life the countless untold stories of women throughout history.

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National Women's History Museum
18 hours ago
Gear up for election season with a limited edition sticker today! Support our work with a contribution to @womenshistory and we'll send you a "Women Vote Women Win" sticker as a thank you! Donate here:
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Cassandra Rose
21 hours ago
Written by a diverse collaboration of women’s history scholars, this publication shapes a broader understanding of the woman suffrage movement, acknowledging not only the achievements resulting in the ratification of the #19thAmendment , but also its profound limitations.
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National Women's History Museum
a day ago
We can't wait for this powerful exhibition, and we're so proud to be part of it.
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Tiffany Shlain
a day ago
Deeply in the process bringing my upcoming exhibition “Human Nature,” to life. Opens Nov 2nd at @SHACK15sf at SF Ferry Building presented by @womenshistory and Women Connect4Good @DrNancyOReilly Info on in-person & virtual events for art show->
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National Women's History Museum
3 days ago
Calling all kids and their educators! Join us and author Joanne Robertson on October 12 at 12 pm ET as she reads her 2019 picture book, "The Water Walker," followed by a live Q&A with the audience. Register here in advance: #BraveGirls #WomensHistory
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National Women's History Museum
3 days ago
From the halls of Congress to the streets of Washington, DC, join us and @atourofherown on 10/16 at 3 pm EDT as we explore sites and stories in the Nation's Capital that are central to women’s political engagement throughout American history.
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National Women's History Museum
8 days ago
#DYK Elsie Robinson's column, Listen, World! was read by more than 20 million Americans between 1921-56? Robinson used her voice to examine and challenge the status quo, especially when it came to women’s perceived roles. Join us on 10/2 to learn more:
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National Women's History Museum
8 days ago
Calling all authors: Join us on 10/2 for a conversation with @agilbertwriter & literary agent Laura Mazer about telling women’s stories, how the marketplace has shifted, & how aspiring authors might best approach their projects to gain traction w/ agents.
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GEMA
9 days ago
Register for the Oct 2nd virtual book event with alumna and author @agilbertwriter as she discusses her new book (with Julia Scheeres), “Listen, World! How the Intrepid Elsie Robinson Became America’s Most-Read Woman” - presented by @womenshistory
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National Women's History Museum
10 days ago
Calling all kids! Missed last week's Brave Girls Virtual storytime? Watch our wonderful event with @margaritapoet as she reads her book, "The Flying Girl." Presented in partnership with @NBCUTelemundo 's @_mujerimparable initiative. #HispanicHeritageMonth
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Dolores A.
10 days ago
@womenshistory @nwlc A great read & timely look back at Patsy Matsu Takemoto Mink - 3rd generation Japanese American “who became the chief sponsor of #TitleIX . Before 1972, textbooks propagated sexist gender norms & schools discouraged girls from pursuing certain subjects.” #History
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ColumbiaDC
14 days ago
Tonight: Prof. Carol Berkin @womenshistory discusses Revolutionary Mothers and the role of women in the Struggle for America's Independence; 6:30 EDT; RSVP here:
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National Women's History Museum
14 days ago
When women vote, women win. Get your sticker now with a donation to the National Women's History Museum. #WomenVoteWomenWin #WomensHistory
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