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National Museum of American History
"She showed to me. . .the power of a woman whose one vote mattered and whose one presence in this society could mak… https://t.co/nRDThWbKjK
Posted August 14, 2020
National Museum of American History
August 14, 1945, the day news broke of Japanese forces' surrender in World War II, is known as the unofficial Victo… https://t.co/TFQyBMGLi2
Posted August 14, 2020
National Museum of American History
RT @TranscribeSI: Celine S. Baekeland was an accomplished artist and community activist. In the early 20th c she founded the Prospect Settl…
Posted August 13, 2020
National Museum of American History
RT @SmithsonianSec: I've been thinking about the motto chosen by Nannie Helen Burroughs when she crowdfunded and founded a school here in D…
Posted August 12, 2020
National Museum of American History
As a suffragist, Burroughs argued that the vote would help Black women secure the "respect and protection" they wer… https://t.co/c1Zust1rio
Posted August 12, 2020