2019 Theme and Nomination

2019 National Women’s History Theme
& Call for Nominations

The National Women’s History Theme for 2019
Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence

The theme for 2019 is “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence.”  This year we honor women who have led efforts to end war, violence, and injustice and pioneered the use of nonviolence to change society. These Honorees embraced the fact that the means determine the ends and so developed nonviolent methods to ensure just and peaceful results.

For generations, women have resolved conflicts in their homes, schools, and communities. They have rejected violence as counterproductive and stressed the need to restore respect, establish justice, and reduce the causes of conflict as the surest way to peace. From legal defense and public education to direct action and civil disobedience, women have expanded the American tradition of using inclusive, democratic and active means to reduce violence, achieve peace, and promote the common good.

From women’s rights and racial justice to disarmament and gun control, the drive for nonviolent change has been championed by visionary women. These women consciously built supportive, nonviolent alternatives and loving communities as well as advocating change. They have given voice to the unrepresented and hope to victims of violence and those who dream of a peaceful world. .

Nomination guidelines and criteria:
Her work and life must exemplify the 2019 theme, Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence
Nominee’s contributions should be of national significance and should amount to more than a single act or accomplishment.

  • We encourage nominations of women from diverse backgrounds.
  • We welcome nominations of both living and deceased women.
  • You may submit only one nomination.
  • You may submit nominations by completing this form or by answering all questions in the body of an email.

All nominations must be emailed to
nwhpnominations@gmail.com by June 15, 2018
Incomplete nominations or those that do not answer
all questions will not be considered.
NWHP Honorees will not be considered
http://www.nwhp.org/nwhp- honorees-of-past-37-years/


2019 Nomination Form
Please copy and paste the following into a word document and
submit as a word doc or a PDF file.  

General Information
Name of Nominee:
Birth/Death:
Occupation or field of achievement:
Cultural or ethnic identity:
If she is alive, please include her contact information:
Street Address:
Email ­­­Address:
Phone Number:
What is your relationship to the nominee, if any?
Do you recommend any books, websites, or organizations that could be resources for additional information about your nominee?

Questions
1. In 2-3 sentences explain the nature of your nominee’s work and accomplishments:

2. Do your nominee’s accomplishments/contributions have a positive impact on the lives of women? (Limit your response to 2-3 sentences)

3. Write a short essay (limited to 250 words) expressing how your nominee’s work and life exemplifies the theme of Revolutionary Women, Champions of Peace & Nonviolence

All nominations, questions, and feedback should be sent to nwhpnominations@gmail.com.
All nominations are due by June 15, 2018
We look forward to reviewing your nomination.