Take this quiz and see how much you know, or learn something new, about the women who have shaped our world today. Share your scores, favorite questions, or surprising anecdotes with us, by posting to our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter page with the #learningwomenshistory and linking the quiz!
Women’s History My Country2:
Have Women’s Caucus or other interested members facilitate a conversation comparing the history of women’s movements and the state of women’s rights in the U.S. versus the country where you live. More information here.
Break the Bias Event:
International Women’s Day: March 8th, 2022 Theme: #BreaktheBias
- Click here for comprehensive resources on your “Break the Bias” event
National Women’s History Alliance Online Store
National Women’s History Alliance: Theme: “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope”
- Click here for materials from the National Women’s History Alliance online store for your event.
ONLINE EXHIBITS AND EVENTS
- Exhibit at Europeana in the Netherlands
- Upcoming events at the National Women’s History Museum
- Smithsonian Voices for the Smithsonian Museum
- Library of Congress: Drawn to Purpose, American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists
- Library of Congress: Quilts and Quiltmaking in American
- Story: Mixteco Women on the Migration Route, by Laura Velasco Ortiz
- Women’s History Month online Exhibits and Collections Guide
- National Museum of American History: Girlhood