#GAReads | A panoply of places to honor America's women
It's always worth celebrating National Women's History Month, which occurs every March. Given the tenor of the times and a certain five-letter hashtag that's been circulating on social media, it's an ideal time to visit places that celebrate women and women's issues.
You may know about the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, N.Y., site of the women's rights convention in 1848 that shook the state and, ultimately, the nation.
About 50 miles northwest, in Rochester, N.Y., is the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, which honors this remarkable leader who pushed for women's voting rights and other causes.
Here are other places in the U.S. to celebrate the accomplishments of women.