March Book Display–Hear Us Roar

Throughout history, women have shown that they are resilient, determined, and have the fortitude to overcome many obstacles to achieve their goals. From hospitals and courtrooms to sports fields and science labs, women have played a vital role in shaping our world.

To celebrate Women’s History Month, and honor the achievement of women all across the globe, Cooper Library is presenting a display of materials featuring some of their stories.

Rosa Parks, Wilma Rudolph, Harriet Tubman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sally Ride, and countless others.

Check out their stories and be inspired.

The President’s Commission on Women will also be celebrating Women’s History Month with many events.

Additionally, the Gantt Center and the Minority Student Success Initiative will be holding the following events:

On Healing Black Girl Pain*
Dr. Consuela Ward
Wednesday, March 14 – 6:00pm
Hendrix Student Center Ballrooms
*Book signing after the event

Prisons, Policing, and Protests: It’s Time for Change
Nekima Levy-Pounds, J.D.
Tuesday, March 27 — 6:30pm
Hendrix Student Center Ballrooms