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Library Displays: Women's History Month - March 2020

Monthly displays in the library.

Women's History Month 2020

Celebrate Women's History Month

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About Women's History Month

Recognition and celebration of Women's History in the United States began in 1981. That year, Congress requested and authorized the President to proclaim the week beginning on March 7, 1982 as Women's History Week. That week of celebration was extended to a full month in 1987, after a petition by the National Women's History Project. 

For more information about Women's History Month, visit

National Women's History Month Theme - 2020

Valiant Women of the Vote


The National Women’s History Alliance announces "[their] 2020 theme celebrates the women who have fought for woman’s right to vote in the United States. In recognition of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, we will honor women from the original suffrage movement as well as 20th and 21st century women who have continued the struggle (fighting against poll taxes, literacy tests, voter roll purges, and other more contemporary forms of voter suppression) to ensure voting rights for all."

Streaming Film About the 19th Amendment

Check out this video on the 19th Amendment and Women's Rights from Films on Demand.

Books @ Taft College Library

Research Women's History Month @ Taft College Library



          Pathfinder for Women’s History Research 


              Resources and information from the U.S. national government website on

              Women's History Month.

             Explore biographies, videos and articles that celebrate all of these        

             women's historic achievements.

              The Travel Where Women Made History website introduces travelers and

              arm-chair travelers to a wide range of historic places associated with women’s history.