"Her" story for the Generations
The Women’s Memorial’s Education Outreach Program has a mission to “let the generations know that women in uniform also guaranteed their freedom.” Our approach to that mission is multifaceted.
Tours of the Memorial are available to teach men, women and especially school-aged children more about the role women have played through their rich heritage of service and patriotism throughout American history.
The Women’s Memorial also offers a variety of other resources about America’s servicewomen via this site. In addition to a bibliography compiled by the Memorial’s curatorial staff, the Web site has historical articles, which include a timeline and theme articles for Black History and Asian-Pacific Heritage Months, current statistics on America’s servicewomen and our Gift Shop offers the world’s largest collection of books by and about America’s military women.
Of course, we are always looking for new ways to tell “her“story to the generations, so visit often to stay up-to-date on what’s new in Education Outreach. For more information on the Women’s Memorial’s Education Outreach Programs, please contact the Public Relations Department at 703-533-1155, 800-222-2294 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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