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Women's HERstory Month: Films & Videos

This guide is a virtual display celebrating Women's HERstory Month

Films on Kanopy

Selected Library Videos from Films on Demand

Documenting Women's History From Title: The Birth of the News: The Story of British Pathe

Women's Military History From Title: FedFlix: No Greater Heritage - The WAC draws on the courage of pioneer women. Learn about women's roles in wars since the Revolutionary era.

The Creation of Women's History From Title: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Revolution - The combination of Stanton and Anthony is one of the great partnerships in the history of America.

History of Women's Suffrage From Title: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Failure Is Impossible -1881, Stanton is 65 years old and weary of lecturing. She, Susan B. Anthony, and another ally begin writing the history of the women's rights movement.

FedFlix: No Greater Heritage: This film delineates the tradition of courage and dedication that is the heritage of each member of the Women's Army Corps, documents the history and development of the Corps.

The Wilmar 8: The story of eight women in America's heartland—Willmar, Minnesota—who were driven by sex discrimination at work to find themselves unexpectedly at the forefront of the struggle for women's rights.

Extraordinary Women Series - 12 titles from BBC World Learning

Women First & Foremost: Hosted by Academy Award-winner Rita Moreno and Dee Wallace Stone, Women First & Foremost offers shining examples of how generations of women have achieved their deserved place at the forefront of history.

Women Leaders and Organizers: You Can Do This

Women in American Politics - Bill Moyers

Library Video Streaming Databases