Explore the Roles of Black Americans and Women in World War II

Open to: High School Teachers
Opportunity at a Glance: The policies and practices of the U.S. Navy often reflect the attitudes and beliefs of the broader country. Many people joined the Navy for the opportunities it offered. During the USS Intrepid’s service, Navy policies and practices limited the participation of Black Americans and women. However, members of these groups were ever present and persisted in order to move the Navy forward. Join us at the Intrepid Museum on January 30 to discuss the stories of Navy service members and practices that impacted their experience.

Additional Information

  • $10.50 attendance fee
  • 5 CTLE credits

Key dates:  In person: Monday January 30, 2023 from 9:00a.m. – 3:30p.m.
Location: In-person (Manhattan): One Intrepid Square, 12th Avenue & 46th Street, New York, NY 10036-4103
Registration deadline: 01/27/2023

Take action: To learn more about this opportunity and how to register here
For more information: Michael Stevens, mstevens@intrepidmuseum.org