What is Women's History Month
Women's History Month is the annual celebration of women’s history, liberation, and successes held every March.
International Women’s Day falls within this month, taking place on March 8th and is a global holiday to commemorate and celebrate women’s achievements and rights, and to reinforce a commitment to women’s equality.
This year, our theme for Women's History Month is ‘Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories’, helping to celebrate the lives of iconic women throughout history. As part of the month, our partners, UEA Sport, have put on a series of events centred around the theme of ‘This Girl Can’, a national campaign that celebrates active women, whilst encouraging women to take part in physical activity without fear of judgement.
Our focus at uea(su) this Women's History Month will be celebrating women and their achievements whilst also providing a platform for discovery to help educate men of the experiences of women and what femininity means to all.
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Women's History Month '23 Playlist