Arts & Advocacy Then
Starting in 1959, Barbara Deming focused her activism on women’s and lesbian issues. She founded a program, now named for her, that supports feminist projects in arts and education.
Arts & Advocacy Now
Vivekae Kim and Meena Venkataramanan
These Harvard students are telling stories of migration and immigration through podcasts, a newsletter, and photo essays, with their project “Stories from the Border.”
Join us for the Harvard Women’s History Tour
This free, virtual, student-led tour, offered by the Harvard University Visitor Center, showcases the stories and sights of women’s challenges and triumphs throughout Harvard’s history.
It was a great day, not only for me but all women, so few of whom had qualified for this coveted degree in the year 1921.”
– Sadie Alexander, one of the first three Black women in the United States to receive a Ph.D.
Making history in the lab
The Wyss Institute is celebrating women whose work is changing the world.