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Federally Employed Women (FEW) is dedicated to promoting fairness, equity of opportunities and advancement in the Federal government regardless of age, sex, disability, religion, family status, or other diversity attributes. Membership is open to ALL who support our mission to work towards the advancement of women in Federal government.

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 *Hello, please visit our Resources page for information to assist you during & after the Federal Government Shutdown. There are updates, financial advice, and more (click Singletary, Flanagan, Federal Times, etc.).


February is Healthy Heart Month!

Let's use this month to raise awareness about heart disease and how people can prevent it

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Check out this Newsletter which contains info to help you get fit and maintain a healthy heart!

National Black  History Month                

The observance of African American / Black History Month was established by Public Law 99-244. This observance runs through the month of February and celebrates the contributions of African Americans to our nation.

The theme for Black History Month in 2019 is "Black Migrations" which follows the continuous movement of American Blacks from the rural American South to the industrialized North and beyond. Please take time to retrace the journeys of these forebearers and explore their great achievements. More information can be found at:

Smithsonian Institute: https://www.si.edu/events/HeritageMonth

Public Broadcasting (PBS)Black History Month in 2019, and info, film, and events from its observance of BHM 2018.

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