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Event this week: Innovative Lives: Jogbra inventors Lisa Lindahl, Hinda Miller, and Polly Smith

If you are in Washington D.C on Wednesday, March 4th, consider attending the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation second program in its award-winning, Innovative Lives program series at the National Museum of American History. Innovative Lives: Jogbra Inventors Lisa Lindahl, Hinda Miller, and Polly Smith. The event and exhibit feature the three 2020 National Inventors Hall of Fame inductees who created the very first commercial sports bra.

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Together, through personal stories and conversation, these inspiring figures will explore how, "a revolutionary garment that has enabled women's participation in athletic activities and advanced women's health and well-being," was invented and why it changed sports forever.

The National Museum of American History welcomes visitors of all ages and abilities. American Sign language interpretation will be provided. For all other accessibility services, including real-time captioning (CART), please email, or call 202-633-3150. Two weeks’ notice is preferred.

Venue: American History Museum
Event Location: 1st Floor, West Wing
Cost: Free
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Accessibility: ASL-interpreted program

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