Celebrate Women's History Month with Pacific University
Women's History Month provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the time, physical labor, and emotional labor women have historically contributed to advance opportunities for people of all genders.
The Center for Gender Equity (CGE) encourages our students, in the words of feminist author Adrienne Rich, to "Claim their Education" by actively participating in creating a better and more equitable future for themselves, and for the next generation.
The CGE is honored to continue the important work of dismantling oppression through education, activism, and support guided by the ideals of feminist activist and academic bell hooks: "The classroom remains the most radical space of possibility in the academy — education is about the practice of freedom."
Additionally, this year we are celebrating the 50th year of Title IX, the amendment that protects people of all genders from discrimination based on their sex. Please consider attending one of CGE's highlighted events this month or visiting the Tran Library display featuring women activists from a broad spectrum of racial and sexual identities.
Decentering Beauty from Whiteness with Justine Ang Fonte
Thursday, March 10, 6-7 p.m., online. Register Here
Confidential Advocacy Network Meet & Greet
Tuesday, March 15, 4-5 p.m., CGE Scott Hall 127
Additionally, the Oregon Historical Society is hosting a panel about the role of women in WWII: The virtual presentation, Good Work Sister, A New Chapter in WWII Women's History, takes place from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 8. Register Here
Director, The Center for Gender Equity
Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer