August 18, 2021
The Women’s Suffrage Centennial: Impact and Legacy
August 22, 2021
[email protected]: Borderland, The Life and Times of Blanche Ames Ames Film Screen and Live Q&A
September 26, 2021
The Missing Waves of Feminism Symposium Series: The Third Wave
October 6, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: Queen of Tejano Music: Selena
October 20, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: More Than a Princess
October 24, 2021
[email protected]: Until I Am Free, In Conversation with Author Dr. Keisha N. Blaine
November 10, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: A Vote For Susanna
December 12, 2021
The Missing Waves of Feminism Symposium Series: The Fourth Wave
Women Making History Awards
Each year the Museum holds an elegant event and awards program in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, California, where today's history makers are honored.
[email protected]: Women Run, Women Win: Latinas in CongressAssociated DateShort DescriptionJoin NWHM for a curator-led virtual tour of our new online exhibit, created in partnership with Telemundo’s “Mujeres Imparables” (Unstoppable Women) initiative, as we explore the history and impact of Latinas in Congress.
[email protected]: In Conversation with Allison GilbertAssociated DateShort DescriptionJoin us for a discussion with Allison Gilbert about her new book with Julia Scheeres, Listen, World! How the Intrepid Elsie Robinson Became America’s Most-Read Woman.
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: The Water WalkerAssociated DateShort DescriptionJoin NWHM and author Joanne Robertson as she reads her 2019 picture book, The Water Walker.
Virtual Workshop for Educators, Session 2: Historical Empathy and Elizabeth JenningsAssociated DateShort DescriptionSession 2 will introduce the story of Elizabeth Jennings and how to use primary and secondary sources when planning C3-aligned lessons.
[email protected]: Hear Her Roar: Women’s Political Engagement in the Nation’s CapitalAssociated DateShort DescriptionFrom the national halls of Congress to the local streets of Washington, D.C., join NWHM for a virtual tour of the nation's capital. This guided experience, led by A Tour of Her Own, will explore historical sites and stories.
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: Lizzie Demands a Seat!Associated DateShort DescriptionJoin NWHM and author Beth Anderson as she reads her 2020 picture book, Lizzie Demands a Seat! Elizabeth Jennings Fights for Streetcar Rights, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
[email protected]: Women in Horror—A Conversation with Curators from the Museum of Modern ArtAssociated DateShort DescriptionJoin the curators of the Museum of Modern Art’s 2022 “Horror: Messaging the Monstrous” film series— Ron Magliozzi, Brittany Shaw, and Caryn Coleman—as they discuss women in horror and share film clips.
Virtual Workshop for Educators, Session 3: Activities and Assessment Using Historical EmpathyAssociated DateShort DescriptionSession 3 will explore learning activities planning, assessments, and informed action using historical empathy and the C3 Framework Inquiry Arc.
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: Code Breaker, Spy HunterAssociated DateShort DescriptionCalling all Brave Kids! Join us and author Laurie Wallmark as she reads her 2021 picture book, Code Breaker, Spy Hunter: How Elizebeth Friedman Changed the Course of Two World Wars, followed by a live Q&A with the audience.
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: Dear Mr. DickensAssociated DateShort DescriptionCalling all Brave Kids! Join the National Women’s History Museum’s Brave Girls Virtual Storytime and author Nancy Churnin as she reads her 2021 picture book, Dear Mr. Dickens, followed by a live Q&A with the audience.
Women Making History Awards 2023Associated DateShort DescriptionSave the date! Join us in Washington, D.C. as we gather again to celebrate women's contributions—past, present and future—during the Women Making History Awards Gala.