Celebrating American Women in Washington D.C. on March 24

Come Join the 30th Anniversary Celebration in our Nation’s Capitol on March 24, 2010 !

In 1980, President Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation recognizing the importance of honoring, and celebrating the achievements of American women.

Please join this historic anniversary celebration on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 24, 2010.

In addition to the special event in the Capitol, the National Women’s History Project and several women’s organizations will be sponsoring a series of events, programs, and celebrations from March 23rd to March 28th.

Included in these events will be a two women’s historic sites bus tours – one on Thursday, March 25th from 9 to 1 and another on Saturday, March 27th from 9 to 2.

For detailed information and a schedule of events, email the National Women’s History Project at nwhp@nwhp.org.  

In the meantime, the National Women’s History Project has reserved a block of rooms at the L’Enfant Plaza in Washington, DC, from March 23 to March 28th .

For information about this special room rate, email Molly Murphy MacGregor at ednasmolly@aol.com.  Reservations must be made by February 21, 2010. 30

Years of Writing Women Back into History has changed the consciousness of our nation. We welcome this historic opportunity to celebrate. Come join us!

For more information regarding the National Women’s History Project visit www.nwhp.org.

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