Recollecting our past to shape future generations.

For 25 years, Remember the Women Institute has been dedicated to telling women’s stories from women’s point of view. As we celebrate our 25th  anniversary, we recall our meaningful events and projects and look forward to continuing to give women their place in history.

Shosh Kormosh, Untitled (Braids) from the series Order and Cleanliness: A-, 1994-95. Photography, silver print, 33 x 46 inches. Collection of the artist’s estate, Israel.


We are pleased to announce our first two events scheduled for 2022

To launch our 25th anniversary year, we are presenting a symposium on domestic violence with Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College on April 11 and a Yom HaShoah webinar on Women, Theater, and the Holocaust with the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan on April 26.

Domestic Violence Art Installation in Washington, D.C.

Remember the Women Institute presented a mini-exhibition about domestic violence from December 2-9, 2021, at the Strongin Collection, Washington, D.C., with a related webinar on December 7. See highlights, plus videos, of the opening, an original play, and the webinar.
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For both our latest recommendations and an archive of information about literature and the arts that give women their place in history–especially during the Holocaust–see the resources we are offering.

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