Response to Huffington Post

We applaud the well-written article on the National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) by Andrea Stone of the Huffington Post. We are proud to celebrate the accomplishments of women. As indicated in Ms. Stone’s article, the NWHM Board has a policy that all program content will be determined by scholars, just like at the Smithsonian and other world-class institutions. While all information on the NWHM website has been reviewed by historians before being posted, this year we invited scholars to review the content on our site in planning the museum’s programs. Our goal is to always ensure that accurate information is available on women’s history. We are currently working on a number of notable-women biographies and hope to include them on our site in the near future. We are always eager to hear about other women in history who should be honored. Please check our site at and let us know your thoughts.

Your financial support for our efforts will help ensure that women’s history is an integrated part of our nation’s story.

Joan Wages, President & CEO, National Women’s History Museum

2 Responses to “Response to Huffington Post”

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