Ynes Mexia (1870-1938), the first Mexican American botanist. Artwork by Amelie Chabannes.

Ynes Mexia (1870-1938), the first Mexican American botanist. Artwork by Amelie Chabannes.

As part of UNLADYLIKE2020's impact campaign, we are currently building national, state, and local partnerships across the country to meet the following goals:

  • Expand how U.S. history is taught and understood across the country, and highlight the role of women in shaping American history

  • Present an inclusive perspective of women’s history by telling the stories of unsung women from diverse professional, geographical, racial-ethnic, and class backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities

  • Honor the 2020 centennial of women's suffrage and the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act

  • Provide a historical lens on the current global movement for gender equality, and spark community dialogue about the roles, expectations, limitations, and opportunities for women and girls today

Our partnerships are with:

  • Digital platforms and television networks

  • Women's and girls' organizations

  • Educational institutions

  • Arts and cultural organizations

  • Historical societies

  • Women's halls of fame

  • Museums

  • Public libraries

  • and more....

Our partners are involved in a variety of ways, such as spreading the word about UNLADYLIKE2020 through their networks, hosting screenings and community conversations, and participating in our event panels. We welcome new, creative ideas for partnering as well.

If you are interested in partnering with UNLADYLIKE2020, please contact willa@unladylike2020.com

We are excited to be in conversation with the following organizations about our national community engagement and impact campaign:

State & Local Organizations:

Stay tuned for information on our DIY Screening Kits!