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WXXI News, Aimee Mullins One of the women soon to be inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame has been breaking through barriers her entire life. “I can do anything if I set my mind to it, which is a wonderful naiveté,” said Aimee Mullins. “Most people have it beaten out of them, just…
By David L. Shaw on May 12, 2017, Finger Lakes Times SENECA FALLS — The physical, emotional and personal benefits of women and girls participating in exercise and sports was emphasized by a panel of three women Thursday at the National Women’s Hall of Fame. One of them with that message was Kathrine Switzer, known nationally and internationally…
Michael Schulder speaks with former First Lady, Rosalynn Carter, for the National Women’s Hall of Fame oral history project. Mrs. Carter shares stories from her active role in the women’s rights movement, the resistance she encountered advocating for the Equal Rights Amendment, the backstory of the first federally funded National Women’s Conference, the personal encounters…
Inductee Joan Ganz Cooney, interviewed by Lesley Stahl, talks about her career and the obstacles she overcame on the way to success.
The Hall extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Karen DeCrow. Syracuse.com Obituary »
The Hall extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Maya Angelou. New York Times Article »
National Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee Dolores Huerta discusses her life’s work.