Women's History Month 2021
Women's History Month takes place every March. The Center for Women's and Gender Equity hosts intersectional programs, events, and campaigns to recognize the complete narrative of Women's Rights History. Additionally, through education, collaboration, and awareness the CWGE centralizes marginalized voices of our history and contemporary moment. Our goal is to share the whole narrative as opposed to the commonly celebrated privileged narrative of women's history.
Thank you for joining us in celebrating another Women's History Month. Please share your thoughts and experience with us by clicking on the link below. Using the arrows on either side, please scroll through the images and descriptions to see this year's WHM programming.
Did you attend any of our Women's History Month events? Share your thoughts and feedback so we can continue to create intentional and relevant programming!
Follow the CWGE on our social media as we aim to recognize the complete narrative of Women's Rights History by highlighting, recognizing, and centralizing various individuals and marginalized voices of our history and contemporary moment throughout the month of March.
We are excited to be able to highlight, recognize, and centralize various individuals and marginalized voices of our history and contemporary moment. Check out our digital gallery and share your feedback!
Take a glance into female and non-binary historical figures who have made an impact in things from art to political activism. Among the websites there are some links about the women’s suffrage movement and its impact on the United States that we know today. Thank you for exploring our page:
- History Channel
- Women's History Month (.gov)
- Women's History (.org)
- Google - Votes for Women
- Google - National Women's History Museum
- The Met Museum - Women's History Month
- The Met Museum - Women Artists
Share your thoughts and other Women's History Month galleries with us on our social media!