The 2020 US election broke records, with an estimated 66.5% of eligible Americans turning out to vote. With political activism and democracy at an all-time high, now is the time to visit ground-zero for all things political: Washington DC. The National Museum of American History named 2020 the “Year of the Woman,” launching several exhibits that remain up through 2021, while part-hotel, part-gallery Hotel Zena houses a mural of Ruth Bader Ginsburg made using 20,000 hand-painted tampons, as a nod to the late supreme court justice’s commitment to gender equality.

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Originally published at Buzzfeed

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