ReDraw history by putting women in the pictures (paintings, drawings, photographs, etc) from the past. Many women have been left out of history, including written texts, paintings, photographs, drawings, artworks, etc.
Use paintings, drawings, photographs as reference and have girls draw or paint the women into their remake of the originals.
In this case, we are including Grace Wisher, the 13-year-old black girl who was an indentured servant and helped to sew the first American flag.
She is missing from the painting, Mary Pickersgill Making the Flag (Oil on canvas by R. McGill Mackall) who was an indentured servant to Pickersgill.
I made a digital composite of the painting and the photograph of a reenactment found in this article The African American girl who helped make the Star-Spangled Banner.
Combined with the Birth of the Flag, by Henry Mosler
1. Learn about Grace Wisher by reading some links above.
2. Redraw the painting below to include her.
3. Consider making a version in which she holds the Pan-African Flag as well, as my daughter did above. Look at the ideas presented here.