Women's History Month
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are celebrating women in the arts and all walks of life! Let’s uplift and appreciate the women in our communities this month and the whole year round.
Women in the Arts
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is currently closed for renovations, but you can check out their online exhibitions here.
Learn about 8 women choreographers who revolutionized dance.
Speaking of women choreographers, read about how these ones are reimagining what story ballets can be.
On March 21st, fellow DC-area theater Woolly Mammoth will present Spit Dat in Residence: Womanifesto, featuring Miko Reed Collins and Dr. Rebecca Dupas. RSVP here!
Explore this virtual exhibition from the National Women’s History Museum, Heritage and Harmony: Her Art, Her Voice.
Things to do in DC:
A Tour of Her Own offers tours in D.C. focused exclusively on women’s history. Check out this month’s line-up here.
The Smithsonian is presenting the #IfThenSheCan exhibit on and around the National Mall though March 27th.
Ways to Help Women Around the World
Also check out the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America.
Take action with Lutheran Social Services to help Afghan refugees in our area.
The Tahirih Justice Center in Falls Church, VA serves immigrant survivors fleeing gender-based violence.
The Malala Fund champions girls’ right to free, safe, and quality education.
The Global Fund for Women is working to achieve gender justice globally.