Herstories for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month President Jimmy Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the week of March 2-8, 1980 as National Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress declared March as Women’s History Month in perpetuity. A Presidential Proclamation is issued every year to honor the achievements of American Women. The final paragraph from the first […]

A Look Back at Legislative Days and Looking Forward to Conference

TBW at the Capitol We had a great turnout for our first-in-a-long-while Legislative Days on March 6th.                                      Monday morning began with presentations from Eva DeLuna Castro from the Center for Public Priority Policy and Kate Bahn from the Center for American Progress. […]

Spring Event Registration is Open for 2017!

  Legislative Days Want to learn more about your local representatives? Wondering how you can make a difference in government? Join us in March for workshops with Congresswoman Ina Minjarez and a presentation on economic security.   Registration Members: $25 Non-Members: $35 Deadline: March 1st at Midnight CLICK HERE TO REGISTER     Event Schedule Sunday, March […]

Positivity is the Key to Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

  Happy Holidays! The month of December is a time of celebration for many different religions, nationalities, and cultures. A few of the reasons to celebrate in December are:   6: Saint Nicholas Day — Christian 8: Immaculate Conception — Catholic 8: Rohatsu (Bodhi Day) — Buddhis 12: Advent Fast begins — Orthodox Christian 12: […]

The Equal Rights Amendment: Achieve Equity

The tumultuous 2016 election has taught us much about human character, resilience, and change. Now, after the election, half of the country is celebrating the outcome and the other half is in shock and disbelief. The nomination by a major party for a woman as President of the United States is a remarkable “First Woman” […]