The Rosie the Riveter Movement

Creating projects that pull America together

On May 14, a major event occurred at the same moment in many locations to show that people can – and will pull together to do work that should be done. Using Rosies as our model and with the help of Girl Scouts, 8 communities planted dogwood trees at precisely 1:00 PM in locations where living Rosie the Riveters can help.

Morgantown, West Virginia



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Launching the International Rosie the Riveter Movement

Some ways you can participate are to help with: