This season, BHS is excited to partner with the Ms. Foundation for Women on the series Women+Power: 100 Years After the 19th Amendment, which looks at the relationship between gender, power, and the ongoing work toward equality in the century since a landmark movement. To learn more, click on "Program Series" below.
We also encourage you to explore our past public programs. Simply click on "Past" below to find archived program audio and video to enjoy.
White Too Long: Robert P. Jones Discusses White Supremacy and Christianity with Emma Jordan-Simpson
Unpack the legacy of white supremacy in one of the most prevalent institutions in the country: Christianity.
Virtual Program | Women + Power: CAREGIVING POWER
Join the Ms. Foundation for Women and Brooklyn Historical Society for a conversation about the changing nature of care: what do societal expectations dictate about who our caregivers are, and how has the relationship with the caregiver’s gender affected the value we placed on the labor of care?
Virtual Program | Women + Power: PEOPLE POWER
The final installment of the series Women + Power turns its gaze to the struggles of today, the leading roles that women of color continue to play, and the search for the solidarity in activist movements.