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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HISTORY MUSEUM Announces Exciting Partnership with Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

Washington, DC – The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) today announced an exciting collaboration with DC Public Library at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in the heart of downtown Washington, DC. The groundbreaking partnership will kick off this week with the installation of Glass Ceiling Breaker, a sculpture created by Simon Berger, previously only on display for three days at the Lincoln Memorial in February 2021.

This is a major milestone for The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM). Created as an online museum more than 25 years ago to address the dearth of female representation in museums and history books, NWHM brings to life the contributions and accomplishments of women throughout history with interactive online content, high-quality K-12 educational programming, and myriad virtual and in-person events throughout the year. FOR MORE



Jeannette O’Connor

art and education, women artists, womens history, WOMENS LIVES

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