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Unladylike2020: Elevating the Hidden History of American Women
Join us for this series of professional learning opportunities for middle and high school social studies teachers, featuring the women’s history series Unladylike2020. The webinars will highlight 26 diverse Progressive Era women who made history by breaking barriers in then-male-dominated fields — before the 19th Amendment was ratified. CTLE credits available.

February 25, 6pm-7pm ET: Overview of the Series and Classroom Resources
– Charlotte Mangin, Creator/Executive Producer/Director, Unladylike2020
– Schuyler Schuler, Manager of Professional Learning, New-York Historical Society
– Scott Jackson, Teacher, 2021 WNET PBS Digital Innovator

March 2, 6pm-7pm ET: Teaching Historical Thinking Skills
– Aruna Arjunan, Curriculum Development and Professional Learning Manager, History, New Visions for Public Schools
- Susan Wilkins, Director of Social Studies Curriculum & Instruction, GBH
– Lee Boomer, Manager of Special Projects, New-York Historical Society

March 4, 6pm-7pm ET: Indigenous Changemakers
– Jeffrey Palmer (Kiowa), filmmaker and media artist, Assistant Professor, Cornell University
– Dr. P. Jane Hafen (Taos Pueblo), Professor of English, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (featured in the Zitkala-Ša episode of the Unladylike2020 series)
– Robert E. Garcia, 2020 PBS Digital Innovator All-Star Teacher
– Sarah Dahl, 2020 PBS Digital Innovator All-Star Teacher

March 9, 6pm-7pm ET: Fighting Racism: Civil Rights in the Progressive Era
– Treva B. Lindsey, Professor of Women’s & Gender Studies, Ohio State University (via pre-recorded video)
– Darnell Williams, Teacher, 2021 WNET PBS Digital Innovator
– Sandy Rattley, Executive Producer, Unladylike2020
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