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Dive into the history of zine-making and how to use digital collections to make your own.
Use current magazines, newspapers, flyers and personal effects to create a DIY personal history that might become a future primary source.
This program uses primary sources to create buttons exploring the ephemera of the women’s suffrage movement.
March is Women's History Month! Looking for some unique program ideas? We have eight to share.
While supplies last, the Smithsonian is offering a free World War I poster exhibition to libraries.
Move a little, learn a little. Libraries are embracing programs that combine biking and local history.
August 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the woman’s suffrage movement. Is your library celebrating?
Oak Park Public Library invited families to explore history and social justice through American Girl Dolls.