Met Museum Women’s Day Celebration

The 16th annual celebration of women at the Met Museum couldn’t have come at a better time! The world is in a political turmoil, advancement of global feminism and achievements are at the greatest risks than they’ve even been before. Look no further than the exploitation of women at such places as Afghanistan, at the helm of Talibans, where women are feared for their intelligence and existence than a tangible weapon of mass destruction. The Met Museum raised a high virtual roof tonight, to sing the praises of 4 influencial women shaping the world in their own special ways. Kathy Hochul, 57th Governor of New York State, H. M. Agnes Hsu-Tang, Board Chair, New-York Historical Society, Nydia Velázquez, Congresswoman, U.S. House of Representatives, D-NY 7th District, and Jasmine Wahi, Founder and Co-director, Project for Empty Space.

Beaming with pride and joy were Jasmine Wahi’s parents who came from out of town to witness the affair. It’s every parents dream to see their offsprings in such regards. I can’t wait for my little ones to read this one day. Ahem….no pressure. 🙈

The soiree offered a live band, premium open bar and passed Hors D’oeuvre. The Met Museum spared no expense! The event was complimentary to the guest. A rarity for such an establishment in New York! All you had to do was secure an invitation, show up in your fineries and celebrate!

Until next year, cheers to all women around the world! 🥂🎉🥳

Gov Kathy Hochul
H. M. Agnes Hsu-Tang
Jasmine Wahi
Jasmine Wahi’s parents
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