March is Women’s History Month


March is the month when we pay tribute to the generations of women who have made a difference to and in our world.  This year’s theme is “Working to form a more perfect union: honoring women in public service and government.”

Among the honorees this year are:

  • Daisy Bates, civil rights organizer
  • Isabel Gonzalez, champion of Puerto Ricans
  • Suzan Shown Harjo, Native American public policy advocate and journalist
  • Barbara Mikulski, longest serving woman in U.S. Congress

Read more about the honorees at the National Women’s History Project website.






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