The exhibit, showcasing the work of 11 photo-journalists, opens in Washington, DC, on Oct. 10 and will travel over the next three years to five other cities where PNC does business.
These 11 women have all had their work published in National Geographic Magazine, which first used female photographers in 1907. But in the magazine's 150-year history, only four women have been hired as staff photographers, compared to 50 men.
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(Image: Photos courtesy of PNC)