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EXTRAORDINARY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN CELEBRATED IN FREEDOM’S SISTERS INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION

o Traveling Exhibition Honoring African Women opens in Cincinnati During National Women’s History Month

o Exhibition Utilizes Interactive Technology to Tell the Story of Twenty Extraordinary Women

o Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (), Cincinnati Museum Center and Motor Company Collaborate to Present Historical Exhibition

It would be difficult to imagine the course of American history without them: Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad; Rosa Parks and her brave refusal in 1955 to relinquish her seat on a Montgomery city bus; Fannie Lou Hamer and her courageous stand at a 1968 political convention. These stories of courage and commitment among the many featured in the “’s Sisters” exhibition, a collaboration between the Cincinnati Museum Center, Ford Motor Company and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES). The interactive exhibition showcases 20 extraordinary African American women and opens its three-year national tour at the Cincinnati Museum Center March 15. It remains there until Sept. 14, and then travels to eight additional cities, including Memphis, Tenn., Birmingham, Ala., Dallas and Detroit. A of engaging, educational and community outreach components will facilitate the involvement of audiences.

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