The National Women's History Alliance, which lobbied Congress to designate March as National Women's History Month in 1981, has selected this year's theme to be "Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories." This means that a special focus will be given to "encourage recognition of women, past and present, who have been active in all forms of media and storytelling including print, radio, TV, stage, screen, blogs, podcasts, and more. The timely theme honors women in every community who have devoted their lives and talents to producing art, pursuing truth, and reflecting the human condition decade after decade".
Learn more by visiting the National Women's History Alliance Website.
This virtual display features portraits of women crucial to the women's suffrage movement from the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
"Girlhood" is a digital and physical exhibition put together by the National Museum of American History which explores the concept of girlhood in the United States by taking a look at five different areas of impact: politics, education, work, health, and fashion.
"The National Women’s History Alliance formerly, the National Women’s History Project, is a leader in promoting Women’s History and is committed to the goals of education, empowerment, equality, and inclusion." (Mission Statement) "Today, NWHA is known nationally as the only clearinghouse providing information and training in multicultural women’s history for educators, community organizations, and parents-for anyone wanting to expand their understanding of women contributions to U.S. history." (Our History)
View online exhibits put together by the National Women's History Museum focusing on women involved in civil rights activism, political equality, STEM jobs, the World Wars, and more. The National Women's History Museum is "an innovative online museum dedicated to uncovering, interpreting, and celebrating women’s diverse contributions to society. A renowned leader in women’s history education, the Museum brings to life the countless untold stories of women throughout history, and serves as a space for all to inspire, experience, collaborate, and amplify women’s impact—past, present, and future. We strive to fundamentally change the way women and girls see their potential and power." (About Us)
Created in 2010, UN Women is the United Nations entity focused on gender equality and the empowerment of women around the world. View this website to gain a global and historical perspective on women's rights around the world and the efforts being made by the UN in creating change.