Rosie the Riveter Trust - Press & Media

  • Spend the Day at the Ford Assembly Plant!

    Out of the three wartime tank depots in the United States, the Ford Assembly Plant is the last surviving one. It is now home to several local businesses!
  • The Riveter Newsletter - Fall 2022

    Click here to read through our Fall 2022 Newsletter Featuring our Rosie's Service Corps Program!
  • The Riveter - Summer 2022

  • The Rosies take Riveter Days!

    We were so glad to see everyone who tuned out for our first annual Riveter Days! The Wall of Honor was unveiled - click here if you'd like to add a...
  • Rent "No Time To Waste" on Vimeo

    Betty Reid Soskin is an iron-willed American woman who became a national park ranger at age 85. The great granddaughter of a slave, Betty has live...
  • Home Front Connections

    Thanks to all who took the time to write to let us know why you appreciate the park! We will continue to add responses here:
  • Our gift to you!

    Dear Friend of Rosie the Riveter Trust, Below are three Rosies that you can use as virtual backgrounds to show your Rosie spirit and yo...
  • The Riveter - Fall 2021

    Saying goodbye to Kay and Phyllis and the changing landscape of honoring our Rosies.
  • Tea Party at the Maritime - a glimpse at wartime child development center

    We had such a great time with our guests at the tea party! Special thanks to Kathryn Daskal, Supervisory Park Ranger, for showing us the Marit...
  • The Riveter - Spring 2021

    Spring 2021 - An exciting year ahead in the post-pademic world!
  • Iris Clemmons, one of Kansas City’s last Black ‘Rosie the Riveters,’ has died at 98

    Excerpt from the Kansas City Star: “As World War II raged and military-age men were sent overseas, Iris Clemmons joined the tens of thousands of K...
  • Rosie the Riveter trailblazer, Agnes Moore, passes away at 100

    Agnes Moore, a Rosie the Riveter wartime welder on the Richmond Home Front and a woman ahead of her time, passed away Jan. 6 at the age of 100. Mo...