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The Women's History Alliance

The National Women's History Project is proud to announce the establishment of a new Women's History Alliance, which will
help link women's history advocates at the local, state, and federal level and significantly expand each group's circle of influence.

This new effort will help connect educators, performers, historic sites, agencies, and organizations in their work of recognizing
women's history and preparing for the Woman Suffrage Centennial in 2020.

Building on the success of Women's History Month, the goals the and the new Alliance is to have Women's Equality Day - August 26, the anniversary of American women winning the right to vote - declared a federal holiday.
This will be a serious challenge, but what better way to celebrate "Women's Independence Day" and honor the inspiring nonviolent movement that overcame tremendous odds to win civil rights for American women.

Today, there is no Federal holiday that honors women.  Male figures, however, are celebrated from President's Day to Christmas. The great achievement of the 20th century - the emancipation and empowerment of women - calls for recognition at the national level.

Men and women in Congress reflect our priorities and this is an issue that should unite the great majority of them. We encourage women's advancement throughout all aspects of society and one of the best ways to do this is to recognize Equality Day as a national holiday.

If we can convince our representatives to take this single step, then we will know that the achievements of women, who strived for their own civil rights for over seventy years, have finally been recognized as a central part of our national heritage.
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