Via The New York Times, December 21, 2020

“After decades-long campaigns, a National Museum of the American Latino and a national museum of women’s history are finally on their way to becoming reality in Washington.

Both houses of Congress have voted to authorize the creation of the two museums as part of a $2.3-trillion year-end spending bill that legislators worked over the weekend to hammer out.

“A museum that highlights the contributions of Latinos and Latinas to our nation at a time when the pandemic has so disproportionately impacted our communities seems very fitting,” Estuardo Rodríguez, the president and chief executive of the nonprofit Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino, said. “We are eager to see the bill pass.””

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