Goodbye, Women’s History Month. Here Are 15 Women We Shouldn’t Forget.Historians in the News
tags: womens history, Womens History Month
Harriet Tubman. Susan B. Anthony. Amelia Earhart.
These are women whose stories you know. But what about Bessie Stringfield, Milicent Patrick or Claudette Colvin?
Researchers have estimated that women’s stories make up just 0.5 percent of recorded history. For Women’s History Month, we wanted to highlight the lives and legacies of women whose names and stories you may not have learned about in school — but who nonetheless left indelible marks on society.
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