Each time a girl opens a book and reads a womanless history, she learns she is worth less. ~ Myra Pollack Sadker
History helps us learn who we are, but when we don’t know our own history, our power and dreams are immediately diminished.
Multicultural American women are overlooked in most mainstream approaches to U.S. history, so the National Women’s History Project champions their accomplishments and leads the drive to write women back into history.
Recognizing the achievements of women in all facets of life – science, community, government, literature, art, sports, medicine – has a huge impact on the development of self-respect and new opportunities for girls and young women.
Women's Equality Day is August 26th!
August 26, 1920 – The 19th Amendment of the US Constitution is ratified granting women the right to vote
August 26, 1971 – The first “Women’s Equality Day.”
"The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up." — Serena Williams, Glamour
“How important it is to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes.”-- Maya Angelou