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Women, Power, and Politics

The Women, Power, and Politics is an online exhibition. Over the past 10 months, it has become one of the most comprehensive multi-lingual sources of women's political participation available on the Web. It just got a fresh new look, a video overview and a toolkit for action.



It is about women in general, so there are some women one wouldn't call feminists. But the museum isn't just there to tell you what it means to be a woman. They want you to be a curator too.

The International Museum of Women announces the completion of its latest global online exhibition Women, Power and Politics at www.imow.org/wpp. Women, Power and Politics is one of the most comprehensive online sources of women's political participation around the world. From mothers to members of parliament, Women, Power and Politics reveals the untold stories of women claiming and exercising their power to transform our world. Available in English, Spanish, French and Arabic, the exhibition features nearly 200 multimedia stories, interviews, podcasts, blog entries and other resources, representing 75 countries.

I.M.O.W.'s unique museum model allows online registrants to contribute their original essays, creative writing, art, photography, film and political cartoons to the Web site. To learn how you can join the global conversation and submit your work, visit www.imow.org/submissions.

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