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Creating powerful political imagery was crucial to establishing a political presence and in bringing about voting rights for women.
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Creating a Female Political Culture

For centuries, women were told to stay home, take care of the cooking and cleaning, and don’t push the boundaries. These women challenged those ideas.
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Outdoor Adventurers

Fashion is more than just clothing. It's a form of self expression. Choices in clothing, style, and accessories express the wearer's personality and sense of self.
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Fashioning Yourself!

Support Women's History

It’s Time to Complete the Story. 

Each time a girl opens a book and reads a womanless history, she learns she is worth less.

Myra Pollack Sadker
Professor, Author, Researcher, and Activist


Amelia Earhart was a record-breaking female aviator whose international fame paved the way for other female pilots.
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Amelia Earhart

Wilma Rudolph relentlessly pursued her dreams becoming an international track and field star.
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Wilma Rudolph

Co-founder of the United Farm Workers Association, Dolores Huerta is one of the most influential labor activists of the 20th century.
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Dolores Huerta

Articles & Features

Mary McLeod Bethune was an educator, civil rights activist, and political advisor to multiple US presidents. She became president of the National Association of Colored Women in 1924 and founded the National Council of Negro Women in 1935. 

Students and Educators

Discover our educational resources. Find lesson plans, biographies, posters, timelines, videos, and more on a wide variety of women's history topics.