Seven self-guided tours are included. Go to bwht.oncell.com … [Read more...] about Use our mobile app to take a tour!
The BWHT board had a surprise guest, Professor Mariantonieta Gutierrez Soto, who was visiting from afar to present at MIT. Left to right: BWHT Board Members: Maria D'Itria, Meg Campbell, Ferna Phillips, Mariantonieta Gutierrez Soto (guest), Cindy Stone, Linda Stern, Mary Rudder at the Boston Public … [Read more...] about Surprise Guest for BWHT Board
Boston Women's Heritage Trail is pleased to announce that our partnership with Boston By Foot (BBF) to allow them to offer our "Notable Women of Beacon Hill" Tour as of March, 2018. BBF guides lead the tour, which is offered to the public several times during the season and upon request for … [Read more...] about BWHT Announces Partnership with Boston By Foot
In a call for Boston city officials to achieve greater recognition of women in commemorative monuments and memorials, the Boston Women's Heritage Trail suggested the city of Boston undertake an audit of existing commemorations as in public art, names of schools, playgrounds, streets, and the like. … [Read more...] about Recognizing the Women Behind the Work
On Monday December 11 at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, well over 150 people attended a discussion on how to achieve equity is commemorative monuments and memorials. The meeting, co-sponsored by the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail and Boston City Council President Michelle Wu, began … [Read more...] about Equity in Memorials Panel Calls for Audit
The year 2020 will mark the one hundredth anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution — guaranteeing the right of women to vote. The Commonwealth Museum is pleased to partner with the Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of … [Read more...] about The Suffrage Centennial Display Panel Project