Museum Displays Contraceptives from Past Eras

A new mini-museum in Cleveland puts the history of contraception–from crocodile dung to the pill–on display. Launched quietly in March, it emerges as the new federal budget threatens the access of millions of women to contraceptive services.

Feisty Early Women Artists Given Boston Show

A new Boston exhibit, “A Studio of Her Own,” shows how early women artists struggled to learn anatomy in hospitals, refused to wear veils while sketching nude male models and scoffed at critics who said women could not accurately sculpt men’s legs.

Military Women Honored at Arlington

Nurses and soldiers alike played an important, although often ignored, role in America’s military history from the Revolutionary War forward. Today, military leaders will pay homage to the brave and seek out the unknown.