Thank you Lorne Epstein for these resources
Women’s History Month is a time to celebrate the contributions and achievements of women throughout history and in contemporary society, while also raising awareness of the challenges they still face, including discrimination, gender-based violence, and unequal access to opportunities and resources.
I invite you to acknowledge the experiences of women and promote gender equality. Women’s History Month inspires us to take action towards creating a more equitable and just world for all women, where they can reach their full potential and live free from discrimination and oppression.
Here is a collection of videos, books, and articles you can share freely with your teams to support their learning journey. There are an infinite number of resources, and these are ones I curated.
- Women Who Dared: 52 Stories of Fearless Daredevils, Adventurers, and Rebels (Biography Books for Kids, Feminist Books for Girls)
- 20 books that are essential reading for Women’s History Month
- Women’s Rights and Women’s Lives in France 1944-1968
Women’s History Month Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster
- How to Celebrate Women’s History Month at Work
- Women’s History Month: How it was born and why it’s observed in March | JUST THE FAQS
- Top 10 firsts in Women’s History
- Why women are awesome
- Life with talented women – short
- Top 10 Badass Rebel Women in History
- Oprah’s Tearful Speech at Power of Women
- Jennifer Aniston Has Special Message for Young Girls – Full Power of Women Speech
- 15 Women that changed the world
- Women’s History Month
- Women Empowerment and Economic Development by Esther Duflo
- Women, Empowerment, and Economic Development
- Concept and Types of Women Empowerment
- Women’s Empowerment: What Works?
- Women’s empowerment and fertility: A review of the literature
- Women’s Rights as Human Rights: Toward a Re-Vision of Human Rights Charlotte Bunch
- In the Name of Women’s Rights The Rise of Femonationalism By Sara R. Farris · 2017