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Women’s History Month in Pittsburgh 2022

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The National Women’s History Alliance has named the theme of Women’s History Month 2022 Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope” as a tribute to the ceaseless work of caregivers and the frontline workers during this ongoing pandemic and also as recognition of the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided healing and hope throughout history.

As we honor the voices of women throughout history and today, we must, in particular, raise up the voices of women and femmes whose experiences of gender have been shaped by the intersections of race, ability, LGBTQIA+ identity, immigrant status, and more. Even as we celebrate progress, we must confront and challenge the continued inequities that women face.

Here in Pittsburgh, there are many events, resources, and more to help you learn about and celebrate women’s history, along with countless organizations that work to serve and empower women. We hope you will find opportunities that speak to you in March and throughout the year.

Women of Color Herstory Month – February 15th – March 15th, 2022:

  • In honor of both Black History Month and Women’s History Month, New Voices for Reproductive Justice celebrates the power, legacy, and achievements of women of color from February 15-March 15, 2021. Learn more here.
  • Rooted & Amplified – Women of Color HERStory Month – March 1
  • Realizing the Wholly Impossible– Women of Color HERStory Month – March 15

Women’s History Month Events:

Women’s History Month Resources:

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