Black women and allies use writing, art and education as ways to celebrate the month.
The event aims to raise awareness of survivor’s experiences and this year, the event has gone digital due to the coronavirus pandemic, taking place over Twitter.
Ashley Nichole Photography will host the photoshoot Sunday from 12 p.m. at 4:30 p.m.
The international celebration is on March 8, which aims to honor and empower women and their progress.
The programming features everything from panels of women to film screenings at the Athena Cinema.
Though some women are acclaimed in the industry, there are still injustices among the genders.
The semester-long commemoration will consist of numerous events to highlight women’s suffrage and acknowledge the discrimination present within the movement.
Speakers from near and far will be in Athens Saturday to celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
A performance of survivors’ journeys of sex trafficking will precede a sex trafficking panel on Tuesday.
Empowered meets every Tuesday in Baker Center 231.
The coffee hour is a monthly event that aims to bring together international students and allies for a relaxing and informative discussion.
#SpeakUp will host the poetry night Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m.
The last Thirsting For Knowledge Thursday will be held Nov. 6.
Two Athens roller derby teams will go head-to-head with new opponents this weekend.
The classes give an in-depth look at how social norms are pushed onto people since birth.
Kappa Phi, a Christian sisterhood organization, participates in many local service projects in the region.
People can participate in the Southeast Ohio race this weekend.
Hundreds gathered to hear inspiring stories from sexual violence survivors and advocates, and to march in solidarity.
The installation featured artwork in various mediums portraying topics revolving around female equality.
Women in the public safety sector often have to go above and beyond to convince others they are able to do their jobs