March is Women’s History Month!
Women’s History Month is intended to commemorate, honor and make visible the contributions of women throughout history (or better yet, her-story). But, being visible does not always equate to being legible, or being heard.
This year WGS at the College of Charleston is theming our programming in celebration of our first woman Vice President, Madame Kamala Harris, who now famously quipped to her rudely interrupting debate opponent, “Excuse Me, I’m Speaking.”
Our programming looks back and also forward, intending to make visible and legible those women and femme-identifying rebels, agitators, knowledge creators, artists, and visionaries who trailblaze for equity and justice – historically and in present day. Join us in celebrating HER-stories!
- View the WGS Women’s History Month event calendar in PDF form (with live links to event registration pages, zooms, etc)!
- View the special virtual art exhibit: Inspiring Women Letterpress Prints: Voices Across Her/story on our program blog.
- Follow us on Instagram for month-long Women’s History Month themed posts and resources.