Proposed National Women’s History Museum Fails to Honor All Women
The National Women’s History Museum’s vision is to build a world-class museum at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The National Women’s History Museum currently raises awareness and honors women’s diverse experiences and achievements through its dynamic online museum, educational programs, scholarship and research. Once housed prominently among the other great museums of Washington, D.C., it will create better understanding and greater partnerships among men and women. The National Women’s History Museum will be the first museum in any nation’s capital to show the full scope of the history of its women and will serve as a guiding light to people everywhere.
Here is a sampling of political information on the members of the board:
:·: Joan Bradley Wages, the President of NWHM, made political contributions to ActBlue, an anti-life Democratic PAC, Eleanor Holmes Norton,: and Barbara Boxer.
:·: Susan Scanlan, member of the board of directors, contributed money to those who opposed Proposition 8 defending marriage in California.
:·: Carey Shuart, the Interim Chair of the Board of Director’s gave all of her campaign contribution money to Emily’s List, a PAC whose only purpose is to support Democratic Pro Choice female candidates for office.
:·: Ann E.W. Stone, the Secretary of the Board of Directors, is the founder of the organization Republicans for Choice, an organization that attempts to infiltrate the Republican Party with the anti-life agenda.
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