Friday, March 25 | Women’s History Month

3 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History after March is Over

Women's History Month 2022 GraphicWhile it seems like yesterday we were announcing the start of women’s history month; We must say farewell to another monthly acknowledgment. While the celebration of women’s history month has come and gone, we should not stop acknowledging and highlighting the essential contributions of women. We must pay attention to the barriers women have overcome and their achievements. So, for this week’s spotlight, here are three ways you can continue to honor Women’s history long after March has passed.

1. Sign up for Oasis classes about women’s history:

Women’s history is American history. However, the perspectives of women are so often erased from the conversation. Seeking out Women’s history to learn about the critical roles women have played in our society is a great way to honor women’s legacy.

406 | Paving the Way for Women: Frances Perkins
Monday, March 28 | 10:00 AM | $12
Instructor: Anne Hoiberg, Activist, Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee, President of Women’s Museum of California

414 | Women, Sainthood, & Power: Enduring Popularity of Rose of Lima
Monday, April 4 | 10:00 AM | $12
Instructor: Oliva M. Espín, Ph.D.

420 | Women in History Project Performance
Monday, April 11 | 1:00 PM | $12
Instructor: Carol Perkins, AAUW Women in History Project Coordinator

2. Engage with literature that shows a variety of women’s perspectives:

The history of the women’s movement is complex. While it has been crucial in contributing to women’s rights, a valid critique of Feminism is its historical tendency to leave certain women out of the conversation. Reading about the myriad lived experiences of women can help us create space for the previously excluded women.​2. Engage with literature that shows a variety of women’s perspectives:

The history of the women’s movement is complex. While it has been crucial in contributing to women’s rights, a valid critique of Feminism is its historical tendency to leave certain women out of the conversation. Reading about the myriad lived experiences of women can help us create space for the previously excluded women.

The Beauty of Your Face by Sahar Mustafah
Uncomfortable Labels by Laura Kate Dale

3. Donate as a tribute to an influential woman in your life:

A donation in the name of an important woman in your life will go towards our programs that strive to maintain the space for the most educated and well-rounded generation of aging women to date. What better way to say thank you to pivotal women figures than to help pave the way for the future women of San Diego Oasis? Click here>> 

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