The American News Women’s Club commemorated the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act on November 18th by inviting the Honorable Gordon A. Martin, Jr. to share his experience as a young attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department working on a landmark case in 1962 on behalf of disenfranchised voters. […]CONTINUE READING →
As they celebrate the life of Ben Bradlee, members of the American News Women’s Club are reminded of his extraordinary journalistic accomplishments that led to his and his wife Sally Quinn’s selection as recipients of the Club’s Excellence in Journalism Award in 2005. Bradlee served as vice president at large of The Washington Post until his […]CONTINUE READING →
WASHINGTON – Dutch Ambassador Rudolf Bekink outlined the close economic, cultural and security ties between the Netherlands and the United States in remarks to members of the American News Women’s Club during today’s “Meet the Ambassadors” series at the Club’s historic headquarters. The ambassador noted that the Netherlands is a member of the global coalition to […]CONTINUE READING →
This new series will shine a light on the District’s booming start-up scene. A panel of local entrepreneurs — including the founders of LiveSafe, a company founded by women that empowers effective safety communication on college campuses — will kick off this partnership with D.C. Tech Meetup.
Conflict photographers Leslie Thomas and Jared Moossy will speak at ANWC about the heartbreaking realities of working in areas of danger and disaster, and steps they take to keep themselves safe.
Save the date! On Thursday, June 11, 2015, the American News Women’s Club will honor “CBS This Morning” co-host Norah O’Donnell for Excellence in Journalism at the National Press Club. The Club has given the award, which raises money for its scholarships, since 1993, when it honored Helen Thomas.