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A photo collage of women in U.S. history with an explanation of the event.

Unladylike2020 Where Are the Women? Summit

Unladylike2020 is convening the Where Are the Women? Summit, in partnership with PBS American Masters, WNET, National Women’s History Museum, National Council for the Social Studies, National Council for History Education, National Women’s Hall of Fame, and National Women’s History Alliance, and in collaboration with PBS LearningMedia, with funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, to investigate why women are vastly underrepresented in U.S. history and social studies curriculum.

Inspired by a 2017 report published by the National Women’s History Museum, Where Are The Women? will stimulate a national conversation about how women’s history is taught. It will provide teachers and parents access to the educational support they need to make sure trailblazing women that have contributed to shaping the quality of life and exercise of democracy in the U.S. are included in history books and taught in social studies classes.

Saturday, February 13, 2021, from 10a m-1 pm PST

RSVP here: bit.ly/WATWSummit

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