#History

  • Article: These Are the Women 'Who Changed the World' — But How Many Have You Heard Of?
    Girls & Women

    These Are the Women 'Who Changed the World' — But How Many Have You Heard Of?

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 9, 2018

    Scientists, novelists, philosophers, and philanthropists — women have excelled in every area. Read more

  • Article: How South African Students Woke the World to the Brutalities of Apartheid
    Citizenship

    How South African Students Woke the World to the Brutalities of Apartheid

    By Joe McCarthy|June 15, 2018

    A single image crystallized the horrors of apartheid. Read more

  • Article: New York City Just Removed This Controversial Statue From Central Park
    Citizenship

    New York City Just Removed This Controversial Statue From Central Park

    By Joe McCarthy|April 18, 2018

    All across the US, controversial monuments are being challenged. Read more

  • Article: 12 Badass Women Who Changed the Course of Human History
    Girls & Women

    12 Badass Women Who Changed the Course of Human History

    By Phineas Rueckert|March 28, 2018

    Women's History Month is almost over, but these women’s legacies live on. Read more

  • Article: 9 Excellent Quotes From Virginia Woolf on Her 136th Birthday
    Girls & Women

    9 Excellent Quotes From Virginia Woolf on Her 136th Birthday

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 25, 2018

    Happy birthday you wise, wonderful person. Read more

  • Article: A Women’s History Museum Could Be Coming to Washington’s National Mall
    Girls & Women

    A Women’s History Museum Could Be Coming to Washington’s National Mall

    By Colleen Curry|July 10, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Lawmakers Propose Building Women’s History Museum in DC Read more

  • Article: The Colorful History of the Rainbow Pride Flag
    Citizenship

    The Colorful History of the Rainbow Pride Flag

    By Meghan Werft|June 2, 2017

    Because have you heard of Gilbert Baker, the "Gay Betsy Ross?" Read more

  • Article: Textbook Describing Slaves as Family Members Is Banned in Connecticut
    Education

    Textbook Describing Slaves as Family Members Is Banned in Connecticut

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 5, 2017

    All around the world, children are presented with distorted and incomplete versions of history. Read more