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Our Digital Exhibits offer resources on a wide variety of disciplines such as women in the arts, women’s health & reproductive rights, women in the military, biographical works, LGBT studies, law & politics, and seminal works on the first and second waves of the feminist movement.

Inez Milholland

Suffragist Inez Milholland was appointed to make a 12,000-mile swing through the American West.

Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter known for her portraits, self-portraits, and works inspired by Mexican artifacts. Her folk-art style explored questions of identity, gender, and more.

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Notable Women Activists

Women have played pivotal roles in shaping social movements.

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Marching Towards Empowerment

Marches are organized to advocate for social and politcal change.

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Heroines of the Homefront

Women played vital roles in every aspect of the war effort.

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Shoulders To
Stand On

Remembering the Chicana Activist Narrative of the 1960s.

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Beauty or Torture

Examine some treacherous objects of beauty.

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Women of the Gold Rush

Some of the first people in the mining fields were women.

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Looking Back, Moving Forward

Voting rights, reproductive rights, equal pay, and more.

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Women of the Gaslamp

Women who left their mark in this historic part of San Diego.

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First in Their Field: The Arts

Explore the accomplishments of these creative icons.

History of U.S. Suffrage

The movement played a crucial role in advancing women's rights.

Beautiful, Brilliant, Brave

Transcend stereotypes and learn the truth about black women.

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Women's Clubs: Agents of Change

Clubs helped motivate women to become pro-active.

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Rockin' the Political Boat

The second Women’s Movement aided in making new inroads.

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Shirley Chisholm

Became the first black woman to serve in the US Congress in 1968.

All contributions and bequests are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by federal and state law. The Women’s Museum of California is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation. Tax ID is 95-3893212.

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