A (Belated) International Women’s Day Reflection

Happy belated International Women’s Day! Wanting to do something different to honor the occasion, I decided to take a page out of my own book and make a trip out to the Brooklyn Museum yesterday to see Judy Chicago’s iconic piece of feminist art, The Dinner Party. (Note: my previous post erroneously listed this installationContinue reading “A (Belated) International Women’s Day Reflection”

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Happy March! This month, we celebrate Women’s History Month. The achievements, issues, and advancements championed by notable women have greatly influenced the scholarship and activism of the Museum of Motherhood. This is why we have chosen to dedicate this post to ways that New Yorkers can honor Women’s History Month. In a city that isContinue reading “Celebrating Women’s History Month”