Before Rosa Parks
Honor the bravery of Elizabeth Jennings by reading about her historic stand against segregation in 19th-century New York.
While I Yet Live
Watch this short film to explore the concept of metaphor and Black history. What do the quilts symbolize? What meaning do they have for the women and their community?
The Woman Who Did the Moon Math
Find out about Katherine Johnson, one of the mathematicians whose calculations got us to the moon and back.
History of Women Olympic Athletes
Learn about women athletes from past Olympics in this online exhibit. Then, research women who are currently training to compete in the upcoming (if delayed) Olympic Games.
Women Solving Wonders
Watch this video to learn about the women who made space travel possible. What were the calculations that helped America advance in the space race?
Women in Arts and Culture
Get acquainted with influential women artists, activists, and icons in this extensive virtual exhibit on women in culture.
How Black Women Fought for Their Voting Rights
Learn about how Black women have had to fight to win and maintain their voting rights. What struggles for voting rights continue today?
Inspiring Stories About Pathbreaking Women
Listen to these absorbing, 20-minute tales of remarkable women who have shaped our world.
Amazing Latinx Women
Scroll through this beautiful presentation to read facts about 10 inspiring women. Which names did you already know? Which were new to you?
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls: The Podcast
Tune in to inspiring audio biographies of influential women.
Dorothy Vaughan: Pathbreaking Mathematician
Check out this video and article on Dorothy Vaughan, the supervisor of a group of boundary-breaking African American women whose calculations got astronauts into space.