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Oprah Winfrey Network to broadcast National Women’s Hall of Fame induction

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The National Women’s Hall of Fame is partnering with Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network to broadcast this year’s induction ceremony, marking a significant milestone for the event. Scheduled for 8 p.m. on March 24, the ceremony will celebrate the contributions of nine remarkable American women. This historic occasion will be hosted for the first time in New York City at Cipriani Wall Street on March 5, with the broadcast allowing audiences nationwide to partake in the festivities 19 days later.


This year’s inductees include influential figures such as Serena Williams, Ruby Bridges, and Patricia Bath, among others, whose achievements will be highlighted during the hour-long primetime television special. This broadcast, a first in the Hall’s 55-year history, aims to inspire future generations by showcasing the impactful stories and contributions of these women to society.

The event underscores OWN’s commitment to empowering women through programming that fosters personal growth, diversity, and important conversations. As the Hall of Fame moves this year’s ceremonies to New York City, it aims to reach a broader audience, celebrating women’s historical contributions during Women’s History Month. Tickets for the live event are available.