Women's History Month
Since 1987, March is known as Women’s History Month as a month to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture, and society. This month of celebration grew from the original concept of International Women’s Day, that has been observed globally since March 8, 1911. Every year, Women’s History Month focuses on a new theme; this year, 2021, the designated theme for March is “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced.”
Below are Women's History Month Videos that will help you understand more about what it is and why we celebrate it.
Gloria Steinem’s Advice to Young Women: Listen to Yourselves, Not to Me
March is Women's History Month. Watch How it Progressed Through the Years
First of Many – Women’s History Month 2021
TED Talk: To Future Generations of Women, You are the Roots of Change
Iconic Women to Celebrate This Women’s History Month
Events to Participate in to Celebrate Women’s History Month with The Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress, and National Archives
If you're looking to learn more about how you can empower and support all kinds of women, read the articles below:
Empowering Her Empowers all of Us
Women as Allies for Women: Understanding Intersectionality
Social and Emotional Learning is Essential for Girls to Thrive
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