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Her story changed history. Our Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative will tell a more complete American story and empower future generations.

This #WomensHistoryMonth, we'll share stories of the women who changed ours: #BecauseOfHerStory. womenshistory.si.edu Graphic on teal background with white text: “because of her story.” About 10 black and white photos of women’s faces. One wears a top hat. Another works in a chemistry lab.
Caroline Jones started as a copywriter in the early 1960s and later founded multiple ad firms. She fought against the assumption that her ads should only address African American consumers. More about her career from @amhistorymuseum: s.si.edu/2l583vy #BecauseOfHerStory In a pale red and white graphic, there is a black and white photo of a woman. Text reads:
@amhistorymuseum Ruth Asawa wove wire to create airy and evocative sculptures, and her later work included large-scale public art commissions. The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts is named after her. Interview in our @ArchivesAmerArt: s.si.edu/2T7tj8d #BecauseOfHerStory In a teal and white graphic, a close photo of a woman's face. Text reads: Ruth Asawa studied art in a Japanese American incarceration camp and became an advocate for arts education.  Ruth Asawa studied art in a Japanese American incarceration camp and became an advocate for arts education. #BecauseOfHerStory
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