Five Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month
While we think every month is a good one to celebrate women’s history, March makes it official! Below you’ll find some upcoming events, ideas for self-guided walks on the trail and other resources to learn more about the work and lives of many, many amazing women in history. Read on to find out more.
- Explore one or more of the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail Tours, from East Boston to West Roxbury. Don’t forget about our newest, Women Feeding Boston tour!
- Join our own President Jennifer Gregg for this virtual talk on March 22 through the Tewksbury Public Library on Boston HerStory: Remarkable Women.
- Watch the Boston Landmarks Orchestra virtual premiere of “A Walk in Her Shoes” by composer Francine Trester, a concert in honor of the passing of the 19th Amendment. Some of you may recall this was beautifully performed last Women’s History month 2021 at the Boston Women’s Memorial.
- Attend this virtual program on March 12 on MumBet: The Story of Elizabeth Freeman sponsored by the Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library
- Explore Hidden Brookline’s website about the life and work of Florida Ruffin Ridley, a pioneer civil rights leader.