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Beit Beirut, located in the historic Barakat House, is an appropriate location for an exhibition about the past and present of Lebanon's women's movement.Presiding over the three-day exhibition "Women, power, and politics: Timelines and Milestones" are a few words from Aminah Khoury Makdisi's 1958 book chronicling the lives of pioneering Lebanese women.The exhibition's timeline shows the historic issues that remain unsolved and reappear in the news cycle.While the timeline extends back to the 1940s, most of its entries are from the post-2010 period.It will be intriguing to discover which individuals, groups and achievements will be added to the timeline in the next weeks and months.
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