The theme this year is “Our Bodies/Our Lives.” There will be two speakers and three classes throughout the month. All presentations will be by ZOOM.
Speaker #1 Mrs. Doris Crump Rainey – Wednesday, March 9, 1-3 PM. Resistance: Life as a Black Woman in Segregated Virginia.
Class #1 Girls & Young Women, Wednesday, March 16, 11-12:30 PM. This class will explore cultural expectations and lived realities.
Speaker #2 Lea Eisenstein, Saturday, March 19, 3-5 PM. Contraception Then and Now
Class #2 Middle Ages, Wednesday, March 23, 11-12:30 PM. This session will share insights about different American Women’s maturation and varied experiences.
Class #3 Older Women’s Lives, Wednesday, March 30, 1-2:30 PM. Today more women live longer and have different attitudes unwilling to simply sit in rocking chairs!
A Graduation Tea will be held Wednesday, March 30, following the class from 4-5 PM.
Heather Huyck and Judythe Alston are co-chairs of Women’s History Month. They request that those interested in participating in the classes submit a profile in advance.