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Washington, DC is home to many other national women’s organizations where women have come together to meet, serve, advocate, and lead. The following list, which is not comprehensive, offers examples of additional organizations that have strived to build community and to improve the circumstances and opportunities of others.

Association of American University Women (www.aauw.org)
1310 L St. NW, Suite 1000

Daughters of the American Revolution (www.dar.org)
1776 D Street NW

MANA: A National Latina Organizations (www.hermana.org)
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 730

National Council of Jewish Women (www.ncjw.org)
2055 L St NW, Suite 650

Order of the Eastern Star (easternstar.org)
1618 New Hampshire Ave. NW

YWCA (www.ywca.org)
1400 I Street, Suite 325
(note: The Phyllis Wheatly YWCA, 901 Rhode Island Ave NW)

In addition to these groups, there are other women's business and professional organizations and social clubs such as the Washington Club and the Sulgrave Club in DC as well as museums, historic houses, exhibits, and walking tours that speak to women's local and national history, including:

African American Heritage Trail - https://www.culturaltourismdc.org/portal/african-american-heritage-trail

Belmont–Paul Women's Equality National Monument, a historic house and museum of the US women’s suffrage and equal rights movements; 144 Constitution Ave NE.

Congressional Club Museum and Foundation a non-partisan space for congressional spouses to socialize and work together; 2001 New Hampshire Ave NW.

Rainbow History Dupont Circle Tour - https://wdchumanities.org/dcdm/items/show/1928