Raising Women’s Voices

NWHN in Action – May/June 2015

By NWHN Staff | May 24, 2015 | Comments Off on NWHN in Action – May/June 2015

What is the NWHN doing to fight for women’s rights? Read on to find out.

We Spoke Up and They Took Action

By NWHN Staff | May 11, 2015 | Comments Off on We Spoke Up and They Took Action

We are thrilled to report that National Women’s Health Week has kicked off with an exciting start. Today, the Obama Administration announced a new guidance clarifying that all new health insurance plans have to cover all methods of contraceptive care without charging anything extra – like a co-pay or deductible.

NWHN in Action – September/October 2014

By NWHN Staff | Sep 1, 2014 | Comments Off on NWHN in Action – September/October 2014

What is the NWHN doing to fight for women’s rights? Read on to find out.

NWHN in Action – January/February 2014

By NWHN Staff | Jan 1, 2014 | Comments Off on NWHN in Action – January/February 2014

What is the NWHN doing to fight for women’s rights? Read on to find out.

Women 4 Health Care: Helping Women Get Covered

By Lillian Hewko | Jan 1, 2014 | Comments Off on Women 4 Health Care: Helping Women Get Covered

The time has finally come: health insurance marketplaces are now open for enrollment for people in every state! The NWHN fought long and hard to make sure women’s voices are heard and women’s concerns were addressed in health care reform efforts.

NWHN in Action – September/October 2013

By NWHN Staff | Sep 1, 2013 | Comments Off on NWHN in Action – September/October 2013

What is the NWHN doing to fight for women’s rights? Read on to find out.

NWHN in Action – May/June 2013

By NWHN Staff | May 1, 2013 | Comments Off on NWHN in Action – May/June 2013

What is the NWHN doing to fight for women’s rights? Read on to find out.

Can We See Land Yet?

By Cindy Pearson | Nov 1, 2012 | Comments Off on Can We See Land Yet?

Can you imagine swimming the English Channel?  I certainly can’t.  I used to enjoy running long-ish road races when I lived in Southern California, but there’s no comparison between jogging for 2-3 hours and swimming through open water for over 14 hours. But, in 1926, a young woman named Trudy Erdele had the courage to try what no woman had ever accomplished.