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Women’s Movements Through Photographs: Celebrating Women’s History Month with Visual Primary Source Lessons for K-12

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The free guidebook, written by Britannica’s curriculum experts, brings together visual lessons with primary source engagement. There are printable lessons for K-12 teachers, covering women’s movements throughout U.S. history, that pair supportive content, activities, and questions to help students analyze, evaluate, and draw their own conclusions about significant moments on the path toward women’s rights.

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