The National Women's History Museum (NWHM), founded in 1996, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit educational institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and celebrating the diverse historic contributions of women, and integrating this rich heritage fully into our nation's history. Until legislation passes in Congress designating a permanent museum in Washington, D.C., the NWHM promotes women's history through its temporary exhibits, special events, Cyber Museum, and online educational materials.
Outreach to NWHM members - Recurring updates to 30,000 + members about programs, events, and other news relating to NWHM, including updates on NWHM's plans to secure a physical building. NWHM Newsletter - The NWHM newsletter, A Different Point of View, is published quarterly and mailed to over 10,000 Museum members and supporters. The newsletter provides information on past and future educational events and programs sponsored by the Museum. The publication features seasonal stories about topics in women's history and notable American women, as well as updates on the program of the museum. NWHM CyberMuseum - NWHM's award-winning CyberMuseum is available to all online and features 11 CyberExhibits, ranging in topics from Women in Journalism to Woman Suffrage to Women Spies. Educational Resources - Educational resources, such as lesson plans, quizzes, and quotes are available online at NWHM's website. These resources are available to students and teachers alike and help in teaching women's history. Speaker's Bureau - NWHM established a Speaker's Bureau to provide outreach and education to corporations, government agencies, small companies and other groups that are interested in a speaker coming to their organization and doing a presentation on specific topics in women's history.