Summer Workshop: Stonewall 50 — LGBTQ Life in NYC 

In this exciting two-day collaboration with the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, tour our exhibition Stonewall 50 and then attend a walking tour of Greenwich Village to discover historic social gathering spaces that created a sense of community for LGBTQ individuals in times of brewing political agitation.

Seminar — Explore Democracy at Risk: Holocaust and Human Behavior

Learn current scholarship on the history of the Holocaust and new research focused on human behavior, group dynamics, and bias.

Explore, Celebrate, and Teach Women’s History This Month

Use this collection in your classroom during the month of March, and all year round!

Lesson Plan: Disability Rights are Civil Rights

In Anticipation of the Disability Pride Parade, and the related visual art contest for students, build meaningful conversations and a lesson plan around disability in your classroom.

February is Black History Month! Check out WeTeachNYC Resources

Black History is everyone’s history and these materials can be integrated into your teaching throughout the year.

Classroom Resources from the National Portrait Gallery

If you are seeking ways to explore the presidents and the role of the presidency in the United States with your students, visit the National Portrait Gallery’s Classroom Resources.

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