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Women's History Month

Feminist Ice Cream Flavors Ben & Jerry's Needs to Make ASAP

Cookie Doughprah Winfrey, Butter Pecancé Knowles, and S’moria Steinem… Gender equality has never tasted so good! Read More »

Clara Barton Accomplished Way More Than You Think

This recording project brings new light to her story.  Read More »

9 T-Shirts to Celebrate Women’s History Month All Year Long

Everyday representations of history-making women are becoming more frequent, whether they're depicted in LEGO form or via  Read More »

#LeanInTogether Celebrates Men Who Support Equality

MAKERS is excited to play a part in LeanIn.org’s campaign #LeanInTogether, which encourages men to show they’re for equality and asks women to celebrate men leaning in.  Read More »

On This Day In Women's History

"Women have always been an equal part of the past. We just haven't been a part of history." - Gloria Steinem Read More »

8 Key Facts to Know About Modern Women's History

During Women's History Month, get familiar with some key facts about women's history and rights! Read More »

Women's History Month: What Everyone's Talking About

During Women's History Month, we're asking you who your #MAKERShero is. We've started the conversation on Twitter and the answers have been pouring in. To our delight, the women you've shined a spotlight on have been both well-known and unsung heroines. Take a look! Read More »

Conversation Starters for Women's History Month

Let's get the discussion going during Women's History Month!  Part of keeping women's history alive is to talk about their stories — whether the conversation is about a well-known woman or an unsung hero. Read More »

My MAKERS Hero: Bella Abzug

(Left: Ms. February 1973 issue Right: Mary Thom and Suzanne Braun Levine) Read More »

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