Media Comes to Villa Lewaro

August 26, 2014 by Jessica Pumphrey

On Friday, the National Trust hosted several influential writers and bloggers from the New York City area to tour historic Villa Lewaro. For many of our guests, Madam Walker’s story had always played a role in their lives. Her legacy helped shape some of their career choices and even their understanding of hard work and perseverance.

It’s no secret that Madam Walker was a pioneer in business and beauty, but she also was committed to preservation. We were delighted to have the writers onsite to walk the halls of the mansion and discuss the intricate design work from her architect, Vertner Tandy. We also talked about potential new uses for the home which the National Trust will unveil in a report coming out this Fall.

More than 12,000 years of history are written throughout the sacred landscape of Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah. Tell your lawmakers to support the Bears Ears National Monument Expansion Act and protect this special place.

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