Suffragettes, Supremes and In-Betweens. The women who climbed Capitol Hill.
From voting rights to representation in top governmental positions, women have lead the way for other women. Join me as we explore the women leaders of Capitol Hill who worked tirelessly for the right to vote, to serve in Congress and on the Supreme Court, and for the first time in over 200 years, become The Librarian of Congress.
This tour will begin at The National Archives and walk in route approximately 1.5 miles toward Capitol Hill.