Excerpts from an informal debate between Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev about daily life in America and Russia.
A pro-Confederate artist depicts the hardships and struggles of Confederate women.
The story of a woman who purchased her own freedom and became the dressmaker of the First Lady.
Two examples of antebellum propaganda written to shape the minds of children.
An advertisement that demonstrates the immediate popularity and reach of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s masterwork.
Objects made by the hands of women to raise consciousness and money for the abolition of slavery.
Linoleum cuts by African American artist Elizabeth Catlett that explore the lives of Black women in America.
An article about the creation of uniforms for the United States Navy’s WAVES program.
The story of a Native American woman who served her country on the Pacific front during World War II and became an advocate for Native rights and the anti-nuclear movement.
The story of the first woman to sit on The New York Times’ editorial board, who brought European politics to American audiences before and during World War II.