National Women's History Project
The NWHP was established in 1980 as a nonprofit educational organization to promote the public recognition and celebration of multicultural women's history in schools, workplace and communities nationwide. We hope to inpire you to discover the empowering effects of learning about multicultural women's history. "Each time a girl opens a book and reads a womanless history, she learns she is worth less." -Myra & David Sadker
In 1980, the NWHP first started National Women's History Month in March. Now the month is celebrated in thousands of schools and worksplaces.
The NWHP is the recipient of the 1994 Hatwood Futrell Award from the National Education Association.
Our goals are to integrate multicultural women's history into the educational curricul; promote teacher education; encourage public celebration of women's history events; act as the national clearinghouse for women's history information and resources and bring public visibility to women's accomplishments.
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