The White House Historical Association hosts public lectures throughout the year, and it will begin streaming its lectures via Facebook Live and archiving the videos on its YouTube page for educators and others living outside the Washington area.
Two lectures are scheduled for the remainder of 2019:
- “Suffragists at the White House,” 6 p.m. ET June 25 – As the centennial of the 19th Amendment approaches, author Rebecca Roberts will explore this timely and engaging moment in the history of gender equality.
- “Patricia Nixon’s 50th Anniversary as First Lady,” 6 p.m. ET Sept. 10 – This lecture will discuss Patricia Nixon’s life and legacy.
More lectures and public events are being planned for 2020. Follow the WHHA on Facebook for notice of these events.