Women's History Month
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women’s contributions and accomplishments. In the United States, Women’s History Month was first recognized in 1987. Since then, this time has been dedicated to reflecting and commemorating women throughout history.
The theme for Women’s History Month 2023 is “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” We encourage Walden colleagues to celebrate Women’s History Month this March. We’ve provided the resources below as a starting point:
Watch Black History Lives Here: Roots, Achievement, and Excellence. In this conversation, Lisa Wardell, former chairman and CEO of Adtalem Global Education, sits down with Dr. Rochelle Gilbert, Walden University’s executive senior director for the Office of University Relations and the Center for Social Change, to discuss her career journey and how her achievements have propelled her forward on a course of excellence through the years.
Listen to a podcast that celebrates women who have had an impact on history and moving society forward.
In just 5 minutes a day, listen and learn more about different incredible women from throughout history.
Read more about incredible women who have paved the way and made an impact on our world today.
Choose a book to read throughout Women’s History Month by women authors. From fiction to memoirs, there is something in this list for everyone to enjoy.
Along with the children in your life, read a children’s book that celebrates Women’s History Month.
Research the history of Women’s History Month by checking out these facts that you may not have known.
Women’s History is not just for the month of March. Review this series of history lessons the cover a diverse group of women’s experiences.
Reflect on the 2023 Women’s History Month Theme, “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.”
Reflect on powerful women with these inspiring quotes speaking to feminism, the power of womanhood, courage, persistence and determination, success and defying society’s expectations, and owning your power just to name a few.
Review and discover the history behind several female filmmakers, artists, and fashion designers.
Attend an event to honor and celebrate Women’s History Month provided by the National Women's History Museum.
On March 8, celebrate International Women’s Day and #EmbraceEquity.
Check out 21 Fun & Exciting Games to play to celebrate International Women’s Day, which is observed On March 8.