Women History Month Book Display at Geisel Library
During the whole month of March, Geisel Library will feature several book displays in celebration of Women's History Month. The main level will feature a display near the IT Help Desk, a display on the lower level in the juvenile collection will feature children's books, and an online display will feature ebooks. As with all our displays, you are welcome to check out any books that catch your eye!
International Women’s Day 2021 (Awareness Event)
Wednesday, March 8
International Women's Day is celebrated annually on 8 March. It offers an opportunity to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.
Chill & Paint
Thursday March 9, @ 8:15pm Dana Center Conference Room
Come and join us for a night of canvas painting and mocktails.
Co-Conspirators: Women Working Across Racial Differences
Monday, March 13 @ 7pm, 3103 Goulet Science Building
Join Karina Hernandez and Nicole Lora from Meelia Center in an empowering workshop with the purpose of dismantling white feminism. Learn how to work across racial lines to facilitate an inclusive and understanding workplace.
Sponsored by Meelia Center for Community Engagement and the Center for Intercultural Learning and Inclusion
Film: ‘Whoopi Goldberg Present Moms Mabley”
Wednesday, March 15, 5 – 7 pm, Perini
Whoopi Goldberg pays tribute to the pioneering African American Comedienne Jackie ”Moms” Mabley in this special. A stand-up comic who emerged to become a mainstream stage and television star, Mabley pushed the boundaries of comedy by tackling topics such as gender, sex, and racism. Interviews include Eddie Murphy, Joan Rivers, Kathy Griffin, Robert Klein, and More.
Film:” Hidden Figures”
Wednesday, March 29, - 5pm, Perini
The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space—a powerful, revelatory history essential to our understanding of race, discrimination, and achievement in modern America.
Father Jonathan, O.S.B. Center for Intercultural Learning and Inclusion