Women's History Month | Kent State University

Women's History Month

WHM

 

Why Women's History?

History helps us learn who we are, but when we don’t know our own history, our power and dreams are immediately diminished. Recognizing the achievements of women in all facets of life – science, community, government, literature, art, sports, medicine – has a huge impact on the development of self-respect and new opportunities for girls and young women.

The impact of women’s history might seem abstract to some, and less pressing than the immediate struggles of working women today. But to ignore the vital role that women’s dreams and accomplishments play in our own lives would be a great mistake. We draw strength and inspiration from those who came before us – and those remarkable women working among us today. They are part of our story, and a truly balanced and inclusive history recognizes how important women have always been in American society.

Click Here to Submit an Event to be on The Women's History Month Calendar.

All events must be submitted by February 15, 2018. 

 

Women's History Month 2018 Calendar 

 

  • March 2nd - Feminist Friday: You Can't Stop Me....Women Making History, Noon @ The Williamson House
  • March 10th - Days for Girls Sewing Event, 10am @ Rockwell Hall 
  • March 5th - Monday Funday Feminist Craft, Noon @ The Williamson House
  • March 9th - "Film Friday" @ the LGBTQ Student Center
  • March 13th - Let's Talk Lunch: Building Community, Noon @ WMH 
  • March 14th - Pie Day! Women in Stem Panel, 4pm @ WMH
  • March 16th - Feminist Friday, Noon @ the Williamson House 
  • March 21st - The Sage Project
  • March 21st - Where Do Black Women Go to Reclaim their Bodies, 6pm @ the Williamson House 
  • March 23rd - What's the Women Center Reading?, Noon @ the Williamson House 
  • March 1st - 31st, Career Closet Clothing Drive. Drop off clothes at the Williamson House

 

National Women's History Museum

  • Located in Alexandria, Virginia, the Museum researches, collects and exhibits the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic and political life of our nation in a context of world history.