Friday, December 16, 2011

Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Sen. Barbara Mikulski and more grace the pages of this month's Vogue Magazine

Annie Liebovitz
In the latest Vogue Magazine, some well known women politicians are gracing their pages to crusade for a new National Women's History Museum. Pictured with Meryl Streep, are the crusaders for a new National Women’s History Museum, from left: NWHM president Joan Wages, Madeleine Albright, Senator Susan Collins, Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Barbara Bush (seated on ground), Rep. Carolyn Maloney, Patricia Nixon Cox, Dr. Maya Angelou and Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton. 

The women are advocating for the first ever national museum dedicated exclusively to women's history in Washington, DC. Currently, the National Women's History Museum and Federal Facilities Consolidation and Efficacy Act of 2011 bill is in the House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure as it awaits passage. 

To find out more about the National Women's History Museum and support the organization, visit their website.


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