Judith Terra Champions the National Women’s History Museum

Joan Bradley Wages, president and CEO of the National Women’s History Museum, which hopes to locate on the National Mall, celebrated women’s history at the home of D.C. Commission on Arts & Humanities chair Judith Terra, on Apr. 3. Guests included several ambassadors, reporter Eleanor Clift and Pamela Gordon-Banks, first woman premier of Bermuda and Judith’s daughter-in-law. Guest speaker Jane Harman, president, CEO and executive director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, promised, “We will get the museum built . . . just can’t promise when!”

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