As people increasingly practice social distancing and confine themselves to their homes because of COVID-19, we wanted to share some of the great, free resources we offer for at-home learning and teaching. In addition to our extensive collection of content designed for general audiences, we also have incredible resources specifically tailored for students and educators. Our resources include:
Explore the stories of women who shaped our world through our virtual exhibits. From politics and sports to science and civil rights, these exhibits have something for everyone.
Explore all of the resources the National Women’s History Museum has created. There are lesson plans, oral histories, posters, primary sources, and more. You can search by topic, theme, or resource
When a field trip is out of the question, bring the museum to you! We are waiving the fee for this resource through the end of April, so let us bring these lessons to your living room using the Zoom platform for digital programming!
Women have always played an active role in history. Explore some of the historical pioneers and contemporary newsmakers that continue to impact the world.
Our monthly Fab Five round-up highlights women that have, and continue to make, history. In honor of Women’s History Month, our March Fab Five celebrates women that have marched, fought, and advocated for their rights!
We encourage you to bookmark this page so that in the coming days and weeks you can discover the many resources we offer. We trust that as you spend time exploring and learning about trailblazing women and their remarkable contributions to our world, that you’ll find inspiration and hope during this difficult time.
The National Women’s History Museum