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Don’t leave women’s history to just one month. There’s plenty going on year-round.
Women’s eNews, for one, will continue offering our Opening the Way women’s history walking tour for New York City, for which Girl Scout badges are now awarded.
The following sites also offer a constant focus on women’s history.
- The National Women’s History Museum has a number of online exhibits, including one on American female spies and 12 women who have run for president of the United States.
- The Library of Congress has its women’s history collections always on view.
- Smith College has eight online exhibits, including one on the papers of female World War II correspondents.
- The Smithsonian offers looks at famous business women, female inventors and portraits of notable American women, to name a few.
- Looking ahead, in April the Brooklyn Museum will honor 15 “first women.”
Also, on March 30, WeNews’ year-round coverage of women’s issues was honored by About.com readers, who selected us as “Favorite Women’s Rights Blog or Website.” Thanks, About.com!
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