How to celebrate Women’s History Month!

Looking for ways to celebrate women’s history this month? Join the U.S. Capitol Visitor’s Center for Capitol Conversations.

Check out this week’s interesting Zoom tours !

WEEKDAYS AT 1 p.m. — Join our engaging guides and visitor services team on Zoom for Capitol Conversations – live, interactive, virtual discussions about the U.S. Capitol. During Capitol Conversations, our staff will discuss some of the U.S. Capitol’s historic spaces, artwork, artifacts and statues.

Monday, March 29 – Sakakawea & Sarah Winnemucca: Native American Women Statues

  • The National Statuary Hall Collection is made up of statues of people who made a significant impact on their state and American history, but only eight are Native Americans and indigenous peoples. Learn about the only two statues of Native American women in the Capitol — Sakakawea from North Dakota and Sarah Winnemucca from Nevada.

Tuesday, March 30 – Helen Keller

Wednesday, March 31 – Women’s History Month Wrap-Up

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