2021 Women's History Month Events

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Monday, March 1

Madam President, 7pm to 8pm

Tuesday, March 2

 Female Pirates - Bonny and Read, 2pm to 3pm

Native American Women, 5pm

Wednesday, March 3

Around America to Win the Vote: Two Suffragists, a Kitten, and 10,000 Miles*, 1pm to 2pm

African American Women’s Activism, 7pm to 8pm

Thursday, March 4

Race, Rights, and the Woman Suffrage Movement, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Friday, March 5

The Doctors Blackwell, 12pm to 1pm

Asian American Women and the Archives, 1pm to 3:30pm

Saturday, March 6

Wikipedia Art+Feminism Virtual Edit-a-thon, 10am to 1pm

Sunday, March 7

Online Museum Exhibits, Available all month

Monday, March 8

And She Could Be Next Film Screening (pt. 1), 6pm to 7:30pm

Tuesday, March 9

Searching for Suffrage, 12pm to 1pm

The Girl Explorers, 12 pm to 1pm

Female Pirates - Pirate Queen, 2pm to 3 pm

Wednesday, March 10

National Museum of Women in the Arts Virtual Collection Tour, 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Thursday, March 11

Friday, March 12

#5WomenArtists: Photojournalists, 5pm to 5:45pm

Saturday, March 13

Women in Politics Panel, 2pm to 3:15pm

Sunday, March 14

Creating Icons: How We Remember Woman Suffrage, Available all month

Monday, March 15

Female Pirates - Women of Pirate Radio, 2pm to 3pm

And She Could Be Next Film Screening (pt. 2), 6pm to 7:30pm

Tuesday, March 16

A Feminist Foreign Policy, 10am to 11:00am

Wednesday, March 17

Brazen Belles! Film Screening and Discussion with Executive Producer Audrey Muck

Thursday, March 18

Meet Alice Paul*, 11am to 12pm

Rediscovering Eleanor Roosevelt, 7pm to 8pm

Friday, March 19

Queer Heroes: Women’s History Month- Josephine Baker, 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Saturday, March 20

Women of the Chesapeake Campaign*, 2pm to 3pm

Sunday, March 21

Anita: Speaking Truth to Power**, Available on YouTube

Monday, March 22

Mentoring Women of Color Webinar***, 2pm to 3:30pm

Tuesday, March 23

Center Event TBA

Wednesday, March 24

Climate Feminism, 7pm to 8pm

Thursday, March 25

A Feminist Walk through Harlem , 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Friday, March 26

Uncovering Hidden Stories: Women in the Archives, 10am

Saturday, March 27

The Role of Black Women in America with Non-Profit Leaders Rai King and Shanequa Moore, 7pm to 8pm

Sunday, March 28

War’s Impact on Women and Families, 8am, and recorded for later viewing

Monday, March 29

Political Animals**, Available free on Pluto tv

Tuesday, March 30

The Agitators, 12p to 1pm

Wednesday, March 31

Women in the Military, 7pm to 8pm

 

Many of the events are listed as possible events or activities that you might want to attend in celebration of Women’s History Month. They are not programs that are offered through the Center or are affiliated with Salem College,  yet they connect to national events relevant to the celebration of Women’s History Month.

 

*Part of family programming, children encouraged to attend

**Contains some adult themes and content

***Open to Salem College faculty, staff, and students