NATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH PROMOTION
(Image from Great Girls in Michigan History)
National Women's Month in the United States has its roots in International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8th. The day has been marked by the United Nations since 1975 but it was observed in smaller ways in the US as far back as 1911 — nearly a decade before American women were granted the right to vote. In 1982, President Reagan issued and proclaimed Women's History Week for the next few years until they realized that the accomplishments of American women couldn't possibly all be celebrated and appreciated in a single week. So it was in 1987 that the week expanded to a month, and every president since Reagan has continued the tradition. Every year, the National Women's History Project chooses a theme for the month. This year's theme is "Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business." (Source: CNN)
In celebration of National Women's Month, take 40% off these select titles with the coupon code MAR1 for the month of March:
As they say, there’s no business like show business! This month we celebrate the Women of TV.
And of course, we can’t forget about the Women in Michigan History (real and fictional) who have paved the way for us today:
Have you been following our #WSUPShelfTalkers on Tumblr? We are spreading the word on staff favorite WSUP titles all year long. Some of us recalled a funny story that happened during production of a particular title, some of us forged great friendships with the authors of the books we’ve published, and some just found the exact right thing to read at the exact right time we needed it. We want to share these and other stories with you throughout 2017. Visit our blog on Tumblr to see everyone's picks! As an added bonus, take 25% off of any of the staff picks with the code TMBL at checkout. Valid through 12/31/17.