Historic Change: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Nina Otero-Warren

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Summer is winding down, the weather is starting to change, and we’re gearing up for a busy fall, packed with inspiring virtual and in person events, new classroom ready resources, brand new biographies, and our upcoming exhibit in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month: Women Run, Women Win: Latinas in Congress, presented in partnership with our friends at Telemundo’s “Mujeres Imparables” (Unstoppable Women) initiative. Later this month, we’ll also debut our Hispanic Heritage Month Toolkit, a great resource for educators, organizations, and learners of all ages.

Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. MDT
Join the National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) and the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative (AWHI), in partnership with the New Mexico History Museum (NMHM) and with support from the United States Mint and with special thanks to the New Mexico State Records Center and Archives, for Historic Change: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Nina Otero-Warren.
Saturday’s panel discussion will explore the impact of Nina Otero-Warren’s life. Attendees will learn more about her leadership in New Mexico’s suffrage movement and her unwavering dedication to improving education for all New Mexicans. Sunday, the New Mexico History Museum will host a community day with free admission for Museum visitors.
Celebrate the latest release in the American Women Quarters™ Program, the first circulating coin program dedicated to honoring women whose achievements, triumphs, and legacies reflect the strength, perseverance, and resiliency of our nation. Register here in advance for this special in-person panel discussion. Seating is limited.

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