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The Sewall-Belmont House and Museum promotes the exploration of the evolving role of women and their contribution the society by showcasing the continuing the often untold story of their pursuit for equality.

The Museum serves as the headquarters for the National Woman?s Party. In 1929 to 1972, it was also the Washington home of Alice Paul, the founder and author of the Equal Rights Amendment. Ms. Paul dedicated her life the securing equal rights for women through political strategies and techniques. The National Woman?s Party served as the blueprint for civil rights organizations in the 20th century. Known as a humanitarian, Ms. Paul was also a great revolutionary and pioneer in fighting for women?s equal rights.

The museum also offers educational programs that bring leadership and empowerment within the story of the country?s longest civil rights movement.
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