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March 27, 2024

Kendal at Home Member Peggy McIntosh Nominated Into National Women's Hall of Fame

March marks Women's History Month, and today, on International Women’s Day, there's no better time to pay tribute to the trailblazers who have influenced and molded our world!


Did you know that the 2024 National Women's Hall of Fame event happened on March 5, 2024? Join us as we celebrate the incredible achievements of remarkable women who have shaped history and inspired generations.


This year, we are especially honored to spotlight the outstanding contributions of Kendal at Home member, Peggy McIntosh!

Peggy McIntosh, an educational innovator, and feminist activist, is best known for her seminal 1989 article, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,” which revolutionized discussions on privilege.




Founder of the National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, McIntosh's work has shaped professional development in education, while her 40+ published papers have influenced discourse on systemic inequalities. With a career spanning 58 years at institutions like Harvard University and Wellesley College, McIntosh's unyielding commitment to confronting oppression earned her Harvard's Centennial Medallion.


Her legacy inspires global conversations on privilege and justice, urging individuals to challenge societal norms and pursue meaningful change.

Curious to learn more about the National Women's Hall of Fame and the 2024 inductees?


Explore their stories and contributions at womenofthehall.org/hall-of-fame-induction.


Delve into the achievements of inspiring women like Peggy McIntosh and others who have left a mark on history. Discover how their legacies continue to shape our world and inspire future generations. We’re excited to celebrate the extraordinary women who have paved the way for progress and equality.


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