Museum of Public Relations Celebrates Women’s History Month
The Museum of Public Relations at Baruch College celebrates women’s contributions to the profession, as well as Women's History Month, in its new exhibit throughout the month of March. On Thursday, March 9, the Museum of Public Relations kicks off the month-long exhibit with a panel discussion that is open to the public. This event will bring together Anne Bernays, novelist and teacher, and daughter of Doris Fleischman and Edward Bernays, both PR pioneers; Muriel Fox, co-founder and PR Director of the National Organization for Women; Meg Lamme, professor at the University of Alabama; Karen Miller, professor at the University of Georgia; and Michael Goodman, director of the MA in Corporate Communications program at Baruch College.
Housed at Baruch College, the Museum of Public Relations holds the world’s largest collection of books and reference materials about the field of public relations. The museum features rare first editions by Edward Bernays, Daniel Edelman, Doris Fleischman, and other founders of modern public relations. Pulling from its rich archive of video interviews, artifacts and books, the museum frequently hosts events to showcase the evolution of public relations, and the leaders of the field today.
Museum of Public Relations, 151 East 25th Street, corner of Lexington Avenue, (212) 943-5858.
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