The National Women’s History Project
is excited to announce the theme for
National Women’s History Month 2018:
NEVERTHELESS SHE PERSISTED:
Honoring Women Who Fight All Forms
of Discrimination Against Women
The 2018 theme recognizes the intersecting forms of discrimination women have faced, and continue to face, throughout American history and celebrates the diverse women who have fought, and continue to fight, discrimination at all level and in all forms.
Nominations should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include the woman’s name, birth/death date, occupation or field of achievement, cultural or ethnic background, and contact information if she is still living. Be sure to include the nominator’s contact information.
Please also include a brief essay of no more than 300 words, which explains why your nominee fits the theme. Nominations will be accepted through May 20, 2017. You can find the nomination form HERE.Read More
National Women’s History Month
“Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business”
The 2017 theme for National Women’s History Month honors women who have successfully challenged the role of women in both business and the paid labor force. Women have always worked, but often their work has been undervalued and unpaid.
The 2017 Honorees represent many diverse backgrounds and each made her mark in a different field. Additionally, the Honorees’ work and influence spans three centuries of America’s history. These women all successfully challenged the social and legal structures that have kept women’s labor underappreciated and underpaid. READ MORE HERE
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