# Womens history month
Announcing the winners of NewsBreak's Women's History Month content campaign
Women’s History Month began in 1987 to honor the impact women have made over the course of American history.Photo byNewsBreak. Women’s History Month began in 1987 to honor the impact women have made over the course of American history. To commemorate Women's History Month, NewsBreak asked contributors to share stories about women's contributions and achievements in their local communities.
HSU Hosts Women’s History Month Event
March is Women’s History Month, and for the past six years, Hardin-Simmons University has hosted numerous events organized by students, faculty, and staff to celebrate women and their achievements. On March 28, a panel conversation about this year’s International Women’s Day theme, “embracing equity,” took place in the Johnson Building and was accompanied by catering from Aramark, a feminine hygiene drive, and door prizes.
Law Director, Todd Hunt, Richmond Heights Tells Black Women Commission 1st Black Mayor Image Will Go On Wall
Cuyahoga County, OH. - The Black Women Commission of Cuyahoga County (BWCCC), an advocacy group built by women and supported by women, made good on their promise to Richmond Heights City Officials. Several members of BWCCC attended the (3/28/2023) Richmond Heights City Council meeting requesting information about what former Mayor Meisha Headen's image was left off the nameless beige Wall that displayed Mayors who severed the City.
The Dayton Art Institute celebrates Women’s History Month
Founded in 1919, The Dayton Art Institute is one of the region’s premier fine arts museums. The Dayton Art Institute will celebrate Women’s History Month by highlighting women artists in its collection and offering free admission to the public from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The free admission offer also includes the current special exhibition New Beginnings: An American Story of Romantics and Modernists in the West. Check out 5,000 years of art for FREE this Thursday, March 30th, 2023.
Legendary Women Entrepreneurs of North Dakota: Experience Adventures and Inspiring Businesses
Celebrating Women's History Month in North Dakota. When Women's History Month came around, North Dakota was ready to celebrate the abundance of female entrepreneurs making a significant impact in the state. Visitors and locals alike were invited to meet and support these incredible women who made North Dakota a legendary place to live and play.
Morristown Celebrates Women's History Month with Local "Seeds of Change Award" Winner
Empowering Local Women: Morris County Honors Inspirational "Seeds of Change" Award Winner. In a heartwarming and inspiring gathering, the Morris County Board of County Commissioners honored the 2023 "Seeds of Change Award" winner and presented a proclamation to the Morris County Advisory Committee on Women during their public meeting. The event took place amid the county's celebration of Women's History Month.
America's Next Top Model Turned Director, Producer, and Animal Advocate, Katie Cleary is on a Mission to Save our Planet
Someone has to help raise awareness to protect our one and only planet Earth and the millions of species who call it home – Katie Cleary is determined to be that person. Appearing on the first season of America’s Next Top Model and as a regular on the hit TV show Deal or No Deal, Katie realized that acting and modeling was just a stepping stone to her true mission of helping to protect animals around the world.
Tiffany Kelly: Revolutionizing the Creator Economy with Curastory's Innovative Adtech Platform
Tiffany Kelly, the CEO, and founder of Curastory is a tech entrepreneur and innovator who has made a significant impact on the creator economy. Born and raised in the United States, Kelly attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated with a degree in Mathematical Economics. She then went on to earn a Master's degree in Statistics from the Wharton School of Business.
Why Every Home should have the Essex House Dolly
Nicola Rodriguez started her career in interior design in 2002. This came about when she was expecting her first daughter and used to watch a lot of ‘House Doctor’ programmes and was always praised by others for how she decorated and maintained her home.
"We've come too far to give up now"; Emma's tale of determination and courage during the Oklahoma land run
Emma and Daniel decide to stake a claim in early Oklahoma. Emma Dubois was born on September 3rd, 1860, in Wabash, Indiana. Her parents William and Elissa were both from Ohio. Emma was the seventh child out of twelve, and only three of them were still alive at the time her biography was written in 1937 (30 years after Oklahoma became a state).
Women’s History Month: Remember Dr. Susan Moore
#DrSusanMoore — A Covid casualty - Gone but not forgotten. Do you know Dr. Susan Moore? She's a very important person to know as we recognize Women's History Month and gender and race-based health disparities, bias, and discrimination.
The Mayor of Richmond Heights and Council Ignore Plea to Acknowledge First Black Woman Who Served as Mayor of the City
Richmond Heights, OH. Mayor Kim A. Thomas and her staff welcome you to our warm, vibrant City, per the City of Richmond Heights website. Established in 1917, Richmond Heights, OH, is a little suburban city of 4.7 square miles, located 15 miles east of downtown Cleveland in Cuyahoga County. The City has a population of approximately 10 667 people. According to the 2021 census, the City's racial makeup was 58.5% Black, 35.9% White, 4.3% Asian, and others. The City has its school district, a Mayor, a Council President, and six Council members.
In celebration of Women's history month, here are some of Louisiana's most influential women of history.
Louisiana is known for its vibrant history and unique cultural heritage. The state has been shaped by a diverse range of people, including women who have played important roles in shaping the state's past and present. From pioneering businesswomen to civil rights activists, Louisiana's women have made significant contributions to the state's history.
Parker Blooms: Women’s History Month business highlight
(Parker, Colo.) Doing what you love with your best friend is a dream come true for two Parker women who took over a floral business together. Jodie Rettinhouse and Erin Klay worked at Parker Blooms together for the past couple years. Still, when the previous owner decided to retire, Rettinhouse and Klay saw it as a sign to take over the shop as business partners. On Oct. 1, 2022, the two women officially bought Parker Blooms and were excited to share a few new additions with the community.
Vanessa Gordon Shares How She Integrates Support for Local Non-Profits into her Annual Summer Hamptons Event
Vanessa Gordon, a longtime Hamptons resident, has extended her philanthropic efforts throughout her local community by dedicating time and assisting in raising funds for a wide range of Long Island-based non-profit organizations from animal shelters and children’s community centers to the local community hospital and women’s shelter. Her dedication and persistent efforts took full form when she founded and initiated the planning of her annual summer event series, the Hamptons Interactive Brunch in March of 2018.
Give your tooth a chance: how to keep your teeth healthy with an American endodontist Sonia Chopra
Sonia Chopra, DDS, is a tooth saver from Charlotte, North Carolina Area. She’s a board-certified endodontist, TEDx speaker, Forbes contributor, author, endodontic instructor, and founder of Ballantyne Endodontics in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Orange Park Mall to host networking event honoring Women’s History Month
The Orange Park Mall, in honor of Women’s History Month, is hosting a networking event for women to meet each other and interact with female business owners. The event, “Women Making History: Mompreneur Edition,” includes a light breakfast, mimosas and a panel of four speakers, each a successful, female entrepreneur. The event is Saturday, March 18, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Orange Park Mall near the play area (1910 Wells Road).
Remembering Rosie The Riveter WWII Poster This Women's History Month
Rosie the Riveter emerged as a cultural icon during the Second World War, symbolizing the war effort through an iconic poster. Featuring the fictional character of Rosie flexing her muscles and proclaiming "We Can Do It!", the poster aimed to recruit female workers for defense industries. The poster's success is evident from the rising levels of female workers who joined the workforce from 1941 until the war's end, demonstrating the state's effective use of propaganda to encourage women to work.
10 Women Who Changed the World: From Science to Politics
"10 Women Who Changed the World: From Science to Politics" March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the contributions of women throughout history. In honor of this occasion, we are highlighting 10 remarkable women who have changed the world through their groundbreaking work in science, politics, and advocacy.
Advancing equality: The Oregon Women's Coalition and their impact on the community
As we celebrate Women's History Month, it's essential to recognize the critical role that women have played in shaping our society's fabric. Women have been at the forefront of significant movements, contributed to scientific breakthroughs, and championed equality in all aspects of life. In this spirit, we want to highlight the amazing contributions of women in local communities across the United States.