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January 11, 2015
Exploring Gender Inequality on American Farms
Come kick of the Spring 2015 Sentiments & Declarations lecture series with us!

January 04, 2015
Let the Choir Sing! A Musical Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A musical tribute to Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

December 05, 2014
Women’s Rights NHP Celebrates Human Rights Month with New Exhibit
A new exhibit “A Declaration” is now open at Women’s Rights National Historical Park to highlight the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and sixteen other Declarations from around the world, beginning in 1776 and going through 2014.

November 30, 2014
Discover the Real Life Story Behind Bedford Falls!
The exhibit about the World War II home front provides the backdrop for the "It's A Wonderful Life" Festival

November 14, 2014
Demystifying the Bricks and Mortar of Main Street
Kirin J. Makkir, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Architecture at Hobart and William Smith Colleges will present a program about the history of American small town development.

November 03, 2014
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Bicentennial Events Announced
Saturday, November 15th from 1-4 join us as we celebrate Stanton's 199th Birthday and kick off a year long series of events.

November 02, 2014
Join us for children's craft activities and special ranger talks as we celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month!

November 02, 2014
Experience the World War II Home Front Exhibit!
Explore all aspects of the American home front during World War II, from the contributions and legacies to the challenges and struggles

October 16, 2014
Exploring the Case of Mayotte Capecia
The Sentiments & Declarations lecture series continues!

September 27, 2014
It’s Alive! It’s ALIVE!: Women in the Genre of Science Fiction and Horror from Frankenstein to The Hunger Games
come experience this new spine tingling exhibit which celebrates the contributions women have made in science fiction and horror.

September 20, 2014
“Trust, Activism, and Social Media” Kicks off “Sentiments and Declarations” Lecture Series
Women’s Rights National Historical Park and Hobart and William Smith Colleges will co-host the “Sentiments & Declarations” lecture series during Fall of 2014. This lecture series explores different aspects of women’s rights and feminism, both nationally and internationally.

September 11, 2014
Open House and Gallery Talk for “Women in Movement” Exhibit
To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, Women’s Rights National Historical Park will host a Gallery Talk by artist Andrea Arroyo for her art exhibition “Women in Movement.”

September 07, 2014
"Lady Long Rider," Bernice Ende visited Women's Rights National Historical Park as part of her 8,000 mile journey commemorating the centennial of Montana’s women’s suffrage.

September 06, 2014
Park Opens Secret Papers of Early Waterloo Booster Richard P. Hunt!
The Hunt Family Papers are now available to the public which include roughly 1,000 separate pieces of personal and business papers dating from 1828 to 1856


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