November 28, 2015

Video From 2012 National Medals for Museum and Library Service Ceremony at The White House

The 2012 National Medals for Museum and Library Service Ceremony took place yesterday in the Indian Treaty Room of the White House. IMLS Director Susan Hildreth presented the awards and Cecilia Munoz, Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, was the he guest of honor.

The National Medal is the highest honor conferred on museums and libraries for service to the community.

Here are two videos.

First, a brief video honoring the five libraries and five museums who received the medal.

Second, yesterday’s ceremony recorded at The White House.

Learn More About 2012 Medal Recipients

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