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Women's History Month

Women's History Month

Phoenix College's founding, in 1920, coincided with a significant moment in the fight for American equality: women's suffrage.  As we approach the College's 100th commencement, take a moment to reflect on the achievements made by women throughout the past century.  Join us for a series of events that highlight contemporary discussions that impact women, and their allies.  

Herstory: Virtual Art Showcase
All Month:  March 1 - March 31

A multimedia showcase of art that espouses ideas on the Female Experience.  The gallery includes the work of Phoenix College students, faculty, staff, and community members.

Sponsored by the PC Social Justice Organization. 

Powerful Voices: Watch Party Marathon
Monday, March 1  |  12:00pm–1:15 pm

Important:  Pre-Registration Required.  Please visit the above link prior to the event.

Join us for a Watch Party, featuring movies and documentaries that highlight powerful female voices.

An "Empowered Women Empowering Women" Event, sponsored by PC Student Life & Leadership.   

Your Reproductive Rights
Real Talk Series.  Tuesday, March 2  |  12–1:15 pm
Important:  Pre-Registration Required.  Please visit the above link prior to the event.

Know your rights.  An honest discussion that will help you understand your reproductive rights. Learn about how these laws are made.

An "Empowered Women Empowering Women" Event, sponsored by PC Student Life & Leadership.

On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink?  A Panel on Toxic Gender Roles.
Wednesday, March 3 | 12–1:15 pm 
Important:  Pre-Registration Required.  Please visit the above link prior to the event.

Join us to explore rigid gender norms, the Pink Tax, and other forms of feminine oppression.

An "Empowered Women Empowering Women" Event, sponsored by PC Student Life & Leadership.

Body Positivity & Sexual Health: A Discussion
Thursday, March 4  |  12–1:15 pm
Important:  Pre-Registration Required.  Please visit the above link prior to the event.

Today, people use social media to connect to anyone, anywhere. The impacts are far-reaching, and involve the most personal aspects of our lives. Join us to explore the importance of achieving bodily autonomy and self-love.

This is a sex ed talk that's designed for everyone, including the LGBTQIA+ community. Pre-register to join us!

Screening & Discussion: Miss Representation
EIDC Committee Film Series.   Discussion Sessions: Thursday, March 4  |  Attend Either: 1–2pm, or 6–7pm.

Important:  Pre-Registration Required.  Please complete, using the above link, by March 2.
Upon pre-registering, you'll receive two links by email–one to screen the film on your own time; the other to join the discussion session of your choice.
Please view the film prior to attending a Discussion.  

American women are under-represented in positions of power and leadership. 
This documentary asks you to question the way women and girls are depicted in the media; and how these portrayals can limit their potential.
Entertaining commentaries from powerful women, who have overcome the stereotypes, help make this film a must-see.  #DisruptTheNarrative.

Honors Students:  Attending a Discussion Session qualifies as a Hotspot.
Presented by: Phoenix College's Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Committee.

Curie Me Away!
Wednesday, March 31  |  Two Showings:  12 Noon and 6pm

Important:  Pre-Registration Required. 

Join us for the compelling story of Marie Curie.  Her groundbreaking research on radioactivity has been recognized by two Nobel Prize awards.  Yet, her ability to overcome systemic discrimination may leave you feeling most inspired.   

Please select the show you wish to attend, and click on the appropriate link:
12:00 pm - Live-Stream Performance
Includes Live Chat and Q&A Session with the Show's Creators
Pre-Register

6:00 pm -  Rebroadcast
Pre-Register for ReBroadcast

For more details, and to learn about another exciting performance, visit our STEAM page. 

Presented by the Phoenix College Math Department, in partnership with the PC STEAM Committee.