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Where It All Began: The Nat'l Women's History Month Project

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Executive Director Molly Murphy MacGregor takes us back more than 40 years when she produced a multimedia slide presentation on the history of women in the US that began a movement.  As the co-founder of the National Women's History Project she wil articulate the achievements and challenges facing women both past and present.

 

The NWHP is the catalyst, the content provider, the behind-the-scenes director of a myriad of activities promoting women as leaders and influential forces in our society. For over 30 years, the NWHP, founded in Santa Rosa, California, has established a nationwide presence as the number one resource for information and material about the unfolding roles of women in American history. The NWHP leads both local and national efforts, consults, publishes, distributes, inspires, advises, and networks with a wide variety of institutions and activists in the field.

Every year in March, the NWHP coordinates observances of National Women’s History Month throughout the country. The NWHP originated this widely recognized celebration and sets the annual theme, produces educational materials, and chooses particular women to honor nationally for their work. Women’s History Month programs, community events, plays, essay contests, and related projects often have wide-ranging effects.

 

Go to www.nwhp.org for more information.

 

CELEBRATING WOMEN EVERYWHERE ON TODAY'S SHOW!!

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