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Seat at the Table

“Seat at the Table” commemorates the 19th Amendment, which established women’s right to vote, and asks 100 years later, “Where are we now?” Visitors will experience the current status of gender equality in the United States through 3D infographic furniture.

“Tables” indicate the places where important decisions are made that affect society. “Seats” indicate the percentages of men and women at each of those tables. A wall of interactive screens introduces visitors to some of the pioneering women whose stories of breaking through gender barriers continue to inspire the women’s equality movement today.

Pricing
Free Admission
Hours
Daily, March 1 - September 30
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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Location

Seat at the Table at the Kimmel Center

300 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

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