Michelle Obama Joins The National Women’s Hall of Fame Nine-Member Class of 2021

Congratulations are in order for former first lady, Michelle Obama!

The former leading lady will be inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame this year. She joins the organization’s nine-member Class of 2021 which includes soccer icon Mia Hamm, NASA’s first African American female engineer Katherine Johnson and PepsiCo’s first female CEO, Indra Nooyi.

 

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An induction ceremony will take place on October 2 in person with Covid-19 protocols in place, at the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York. A free live stream of the ceremony will also be available.

Nominations of women who have defined American history are encouraged from the public. The National Women’s Hall of Fame sends those nominations to a panel that picks the inductees.

We can’t wait to see Michelle Obama and all of the other women receive their well-earned flowers during October’s ceremony.

 

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For More From Our Former First Lady:

[WATCH] Our Forever First Lady Michelle Obama Makes Her Netflix Debut In New “Becoming” Documentary

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