“We the People, Me the Person” Exhibit at the Carnegie Museum

The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County , United States

We the People, Me the Person is an exhibit focusing on the role of national and local government. The exhibit features content on citizenship, Constitutional Amendments, landmark Supreme Court cases, […]

American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Senator John Heinz History Center , United States

Developed in partnership with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), this timely exhibit provides much-needed historical context following a year that […]

Explore the “You Have to Start a Thing” Exhibition

North Carolina Museum of History , United States

"You Have to Start a Thing" explores how Tar Heel women and men fought for—and against—woman suffrage in the decades leading up to 1920. It also chronicles the ongoing struggle […]


Court House Square Walking Tour

Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society Charlottesville, VA, United States

Court Square & Environs: Our trained volunteers and staff will escort you on a guided walking tour around the Historic Court Square and its environs, the original 1762 core of […]

Hamilton the Musical at Mount Vernon

George Washington's Mount Vernon , United States

While there is no record of Alexander Hamilton visiting, evidence of Hamilton the Musical abound at George Washington's Mount Vernon. What ideas was Lafayette fighting for with all those Guns […]


Hear American Stories from Soldiers

National Museum of the United States Army , United States

Highlighting the experiences of Soldiers, both renowned and lesser-known, the Museum honors the accomplishments, commitment, and sacrifice of those who have served and creates a rich tapestry of history in […]


NOIR: A Juneteenth Exhibition

Illinois State Museum , United States

The Illinois State Museum presents the exhibition NOIR in collaboration with Springfield’s Juneteenth, Inc. and guest curators, Michelle “Micki” Smith and Korbin “KAS” King. The exhibition features 33 works of […]


Smithsonian Estudios Sociales en Línea

Smithsonian's National Museum of American History , United States

Participa en una exploración en línea de temas clave en estudios sociales, presentando recursos de museos de la institución Smithsonian.


Stronger Together: Black Liberation and Asian Solidarity

Japanese American National Museum , United States

The USC Pacific Asia Museum, the Chinese American Museum, and the Japanese American National Museum presented "Stronger Together: Black Liberation and Asian Solidarity" virtually on November 19, 2020. The discussion […]

The Great Task Youth Leadership Program

American Battlefield Trust , United States

History can do more than instruct; it can also inspire. The “Great Task” Youth Leadership Program is for student, school, or youth groups in grade levels 7 to 12, looking […]


Sign the Campaign for Equal Dignity Pledge

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights , United States

We, the People, pledge to advocate for Equal Dignity for all. We pledge to petition our elected leaders to join us in re-committing to protect fundamental human rights. The Campaign […]


Subscribe to the “Get Smart About News” Newsletter

News Literacy Project , United States

Get Smart About News is our new free newsletter designed for the general public. It explores timely examples of misinformation, addresses media and press freedom topics and discusses social media […]