Campus Activities

March 2019 is

Women's History
Month

Get involved in these activities in observance of Women's History Month.

Still from the film: Intelligent Lives

Wednesday, March 6, 2:00pm
Tilden Arts Main Theater
Intelligent Lives
– A Film by Dan Habib

In conjuction with Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month programming, this film tells the story of Naomie and others, who face challenges living their lives and triumphing over adversity.

There is a panel discussion following the film featuring community members who will discuss issues surrounding developmental disabilities and how to be an advocate.

Still from the film: Supergirl

Wednesday, March 20, 2:00pm
Lorusso Solarium
Supergirl

Naomi Kutin seems like a typical Orthodox Jewish preteen from New Jersey, until her extraordinary talent – breaking world power-lifting records – turns her into an international phenomenon and transforms her family. Supergirl follows Naomi's unique coming-of-age as she fights to hold on to her title while navigating the perils of adolescnece; a national conversation about women, feminism and equality in the workplace.

An opportunity for discussion will follow this presentation. Participants can apply critical thinking to what is presented and investigate how the information may relate to insightful classroom discussion.

Woman indicating stop, and a white ribbon

Thursday, March 21, 11am–1pm
Grossman Commons Cafeteria
White Ribbon Day observance

Join the campus community in making this pledge: "From this day forward, I promise to be part of the solution in ending violence against women and all gender-based violence."

Come to the Cafeteria and sign the pledge form. Be part of this movement to end all gender-based violence, especially that against women.

White Ribbon Day invites men and boys, especially, to be leaders to help end and speak out to:

  • Change societal attitudes and beliefs by promoting healthy masculinities.
  • Promote safety and respect in all relationships and situations!
  • Build a network of resounding voices that will support and advance the intiatives and efforts of Jane Doe Inc. and its member organizations to promote the safety, liberty and dignity of survivors.

Men and boys re-imagining manhood. #reimaginemanhood

Light refreshments will be available.

Still from the film: Independent Lens: 'Wonder Women' The Untold Story of American Super Heroines

Thursday, March 28, 2:00pm
Lorusso Solarium
Independenat Lens: "Wonder Women" The Untold Story of American Super Heroines

This program traces the evolution and history of Wonder Woman. From the birth of the comic book super-heroine in the 1940's to the blockbusters of today, this film looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society's anxieties about Women's Liberation.

An opportunity for discussion will follow this presentation. Participants can apply critical thinking to what is presented and investigate how the information may relate to insightful classroom discussion.

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