NWHM to Testify at Capitol Hearing on Women’s History Museum

We are delighted to announce that the House Administration Committee will hold a hearing on “Establishing a Commission to Study the Potential Creation of a National Women’s History Museum” on Wednesday, December 11 at 10:30am EST.  This is the first time that NWHM has been invited to testify.

House Bill Sponsors Representatives Carolyn Maloney and Marsha Blackburn will testify about the need for the Museum. NWHM President & CEO Joan Wages has also been invited to testify.

To those who will be (or are able to be) in the Washington, D.C. area, we would be honored to have you join us.  The hearing will be held in the House Administration Committee hearing room, which is 1310 of the Longworth House Office Building.

Of course, should you be unable to join us in person, you can follow the hearing via webcast by going to the Committee website and clicking on the link to the webcast. Thank you for your continuing support of our mission. Together, we WILL succeed in honoring all of the women who have shaped this great nation by providing them the home they so richly deserve.

One Response to “NWHM to Testify at Capitol Hearing on Women’s History Museum”

  1. René Delane says:

    Congratulations to Joan Wages and all of you who’ve worked so hard for this moment on Capitol HIll.

    Wish I could be at the hearing in person but I will be there in spirit supporting you!


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