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Resource Spotlight from the BSC Library

March is Women's History Month!

by Megan Rupe on 2021-03-02T09:22:00-05:00 | Comments

March is Women's History Month, and the BSC Library staff has compiled some resources to help you learn about women and their contributions throughout history!

 

Web Resources:

Internet Women's History Sourcebook-Collects primary source documents and discussions of women's history

National Archives Women's History Month-Learn the stories of women in the United States through letters, photographs, film, and more!

National  Women's History Museum's Online Exhibits--Check out these online exhibits on key figures and topics in women's history

Smithsonian Women's Story-Find biographies and stories about women in a variety of areas, including activism, education, health, and science

Women's History Month-Collects web resources and exhibits across US government sites

 

Sample of Documentaries from Films on Demand:

Building a Movement (Covers the campaigns of women of color during the 2018 midterm elections)

Claiming Power (Depicts Stacy Abrams' campaign for governor of Georgia)

Outliers: The Story of Katherine Johnson (Tells the story of Katherine Johnson, who is credited with getting American astronauts into space through her mathematical work at NASA. Liked Hidden Figures? Check this one out!)

Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote (Focuses on the ratification of the 19th Amendment)

Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female Patriots (Focuses on the role of American women in war)

 

Sample of Books from ProQuest Ebook Central:

Cover ArtA Companion to American Women's History by Nancy A. Hewitt (Editor)
ISBN: 9780631212522
Publication Date: 2002-08-16

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