These Black Women Changed America
Thirty years ago, photographer Brian Lanker made indelible images of historical lives; a new exhibition says their stories have never seemed more relevant
Who Was the First Woman to Fly Solo Around the World?
When the National Air and Space Museum reopens October 14, Geraldine Mock’s Cessna 180 soars in the new exhibition, "We All Fly"
Stories From the Black Maternal Mortality Crisis
The new documentary 'Aftershock' follows two women who died from pregnancy-related complications
After More Than 150 Years, Sculptor Edmonia Lewis Finally Gets Her Degree
A historian is fighting to honor the legacy of the 19th-century artist
Who Were the Women Behind James Joyce’s 'Ulysses'?
As the novel turns 100, two exhibitions tell the stories of the women who made it possible
Earliest Known Images of Two Biblical Heroines Unearthed in Israel
Found in an ancient synagogue, the 1,600-year-old mosaics tell the stories of Deborah and Jael
Meet Diane Nash, the Civil Rights Icon Awarded the U.S.' Highest Civilian Honor
The 84-year-old activist received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of her leadership during the 1960s fight against segregation
Inside Gateways, One of the World's Longest-Surviving Lesbian Nightclubs
A new documentary tells the story of the London nightclub where lesbian women found escape and acceptance
Why Women's Music Embraces the Voices of Past Generations
New show examining the deep connections women make with musical tradition kicks off with a concert featuring folk star Alice Gerrard