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Women's History is Our Strength

Our History is Our Strength

What is the theme for 2011?

Our History is Our Strength is the 2010 theme.  This theme  pays tribute to the millions of women who have taken action to help create a better world for the times in which they lived, as well as for future generations.

Who are the National Honorees for 2011?

In 2011, instead of the National Women’s Project recognizing National Honorees, we are encouraging communities and institutions to honor women from their communities, states, and organizations whose lives and work have served to inspire the strength that comes from knowing the stories of these determined women.

When will the 2011 National Women’s History Month Poster be available?We will have a preview of the 2011 Poster on December 1, 2010, and the poster and other resources related to celebrating National Women’s History Month 2011 will be available in our webstore after December 13th.

When will the 2011 Gazette be available?

The 2011 Gazette will be available for purchase in late December. We will be doing a bulk mailing of the 2011 Gazette to our entire mailing list at the end of December.

How can I find a speaker or performer for our women’s history event?Presenters and Performers are listed on our website.  To access this information, visit our website’s homepagewww.nwhp.org and click on  Women’s History Performers & National Performers or our Distinguished Speakers Bureau.

Will you have special resources for celebrating the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day in 2011?Yes, Syracuse Cultural Workers has produced a stunning new poster celebrating the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, which will be available in our webstore next week.

Will you have special resources for recognizing the 100th Anniversary of California  Women Winning the Right to vote.

Yes, special resources for this important historic anniversary will be available in January, 2011.

How does someone access and post on  the NWHP Blog. The NWHP Blog is accessible from our homepage www.nwhp.org.  The blog is toward the top of the right hand side.  Click on blog and once inside click on Frequently Asked Question.  If you have more questions, please don’t hesitate to email nwhp@nwhp.org.

The National Women’s History Project

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