Women’s History Month Continues with Your Choice for 25 Most Impactful Women, and New Artists Tour
We’ve been celebrating Women’s History Month all March, saluting the many incredible women of our neighborhoods who made such an impact upon the world. This included asking you, the public, who you thought were the most impactful women of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo — whose work and whose legacy meant the most to you.
We compiled your responses — hundreds of them — and present to you your list of the 25 Most Impactful Women of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo:
Also as part of Women’s History Month, we’ve launched a new Women’s History StoryMap with a focus on the neighborhood South of Union Square. The map focuses on the many incredible women artists, performers, writers, engineers, medical pioneers, and activists whose work in this neighborhood changed the course of history.
Want to explore more women’s history resources and support landmark designation of unprotected historic sites? CLICK HERE.