In July, ocean carriers "canceled several sailings to manage container capacity in the trans-Pacific trade," the NWSA
CEO John Wolfe states in the report, "Our organization is positioned strategically to navigate through this ever-dynamic shipping industry...
I can't speculate on what terms might change in NAFTA, but we will continue to advocate for trade policies that open new markets and level playing fields for Washington businesses that use the NWSA
as their international gateways.
McMillen delineates the differences between the AWSA and NWSA
, but she offers no explanation for their divergence and seems unaware of the varieties and evolution of antislavery positions.
You'll find images representing both projects on buttons at our NWSA
At the 2010 conference of NWSA
, a number of the scholars began meeting and creating a group where they saw other women who not only shared similar ethnicities but also had a commitment to developing courses and research that addressed the history and experiences of North American Asian women.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the NWSA
vote on the BDS referendum passed 653 (88.4%) to 86 at the organization's annual conference earlier this month, the association announced last week.
Mary Lisa Burns, dean of dance at NWSA
, has made touring a primary element of her company, aiming to bring the New World Dance Ensemble to New York City each year.
Before the anti-immigrant legislation was enacted, NWSA
's president, Bonnie Thornton Dill, brought the issue to the attention of NWSA
's executive committee at a March 2011 meeting.
Essays include selections from the NWSA
Journal and address such topics as access, homophobia, the dearth of research on menopausal women, elderly women, and the inclusion of women's voices in the 2005 edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves.
of Arizona) present 16 theoretical and empirical papers published between 1989 and 2002 in The NWSA
Journal (an official publication of the National Women's Studies Association).