This March, join the City of Philadelphia and citywide community partners for a month-long celebration of Women’s History! Our round-up includes webinars, virtual conferences, storytelling events and so much more. We can’t wait to see you!
Are you participating in a Women’s History Month event? Tag your tweets and Instagram posts using #WHMPHL!
“Know what sparks the light in you so that you, in your own way, can illuminate the world.” — Oprah Winfrey
Celebrate Women in Transportation with the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability (OTIS)
March 1- March 31
Throughout Women’s History Month, OTIS will be featuring women in transportation throughout history and in our city. Join the celebration via social media at @PhillyOTIS on Twitter, and @PhilaOTIS on Facebook and Instagram.
Your Voice. Your Power. Your Vote: The Women of City Council
Tuesday, March 8
Mining Our Memories to Write Powerful Personal Stories
Wednesday, March 9 | 11 a.m. – Noon
In this workshop, participants will learn how to mine their own memories for literary treasures they can use to inspire powerful personal narratives, rich with details and descriptions. By the end of the workshop, participants will have solid ideas for future essays or a full-length memoir. This workshop will be presented by Lori L. Tharps, an award-winning author, freelance journalist, podcast host and recognized voice in the areas of race, identity politics, and African American culture.
Women of Color Conference 2022
March 10 – 12, 2022
The Women of Color Conference is hosted by The Center for Asian Pacific American Women and OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates. The theme of this year’s conference is Women Rise: Seize the Opportunity – Dare, Dream and Hope.
Fireside Chat: Post March Atlanta Shooting- What’s Next?
March 12, 2022
We are approaching the first anniversary of the March 16, 2021, Atlanta shootings, where six women of Asian descent were killed. This tragedy stirred outrage and fear in the Asian-American community. One year later, we have to ask ourselves, what’s changed? On March 12, join the Fireside Chat with:
- Romana Lee-Akiyama, Director, Mayor’s OPE, City of Philadelphia (Moderator)
- Richard Lui, News Anchor for MSNBC and NBC News, will share about his new documentary
- Jenny Jensen, Sr. Program Specialist, AARP – Georgia
Dignity for Incarcerated Women (co-sponsored with Ardella’s House, Dream Corps, and the Empathy Network to commemorate National Day of Empathy)
Monday, March 28
Your Voice. Your Power. Your Vote: Mobilizing the Latino Vote
Tuesday, March 29