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In collaboration with the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, we're developing a new exhibition which explores Presidential Medal of Freedom winner Dolores Huerta’s ground-breaking social activism in the farm worker’s labor movement of the 1960s and 70s.
Dolores Huerta, nicknamed “the passionate one,” was inspired by the civil rights movement and was a pioneer of the feminist movement whose life’s work had far-reaching impacts on labor, women’s and minority rights that still reverberate today. Based on an exhibition originally displayed at the National Portrait Gallery, the traveling exhibit will feature bilingual text (English-Spanish), reproductions of historic and personal photographs and documents, graphic elements, select videos, and supplemental educational resources.
- Status: Begins Fall 2017
- Contact: Ed Liskey, 202.633.3142