These two organizations may seem very disparate (and you may have no idea who the National Women’s History Museum is), but for Women’s History Month the two have worked together to provide an amazing interactive online exhibit.
It’s called “Pathways to Equality” and includes the Declaration of Sentiments, an article from “…the voice of the Women’s movement”, quotes and pictures of your favorite suffragettes, and much more. The National Women’s History Museum is a privately funded organization lobbying Congress for the institution of a National Women’s History Museum in Washington D.C. Yes, currently, there is not a Women’s History Museum in the National Mall of Washington D.C. It is a great resource if you need a quick bio for a class, or want to introduce some online exhibits into a lesson plan. Remember, you can always cross reference anything you find with our own online catalog.