WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Every day, women are making a difference in their communities, their countries and the world.
The National Women's History Museum has joined forces with George Washington University on a new project about the historical impact of women.
They will produce a lecture series on women's history. The first one will be on October 2 with moderator Andrea Mitchell.
Joan Bradley Wages, the museum's president and CEO, says they're still trying to convince Congress that they need a building.
You can read more about the National Women's History Museum on jchayward.com.