ACC hosts series of events to commemorate Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, an annual celebration to reflect on past, present, and future women who have made an impact. ACC commemorates the month with a series of events. 

This year’s theme is a Cultural Mosaic: A Celebration of Women’s History. The events are sponsored by ACC’s Truth, Racial Healing &Transformation (TRHT) Center, Office of Experiential Learning, Teaching & Learning Excellence Division, and Latin American Studies Center. 

The final two events include:

Women's History Panel: “Global Storytelling About Women: Empowerment and Disruption”

Date: Tuesday, March 28

Time: 5 to 7 p.m.

Location: Highland Campus, Building 2000, Room 2.1550 (Presentation Hall)

What: A panel discussion examines the global studies about trailblazers and disrupters, the feminine ideal in fairy tales, monstrous depictions of women, and true stories of indigenous women’s political empowerment. 


A Celebration of Women’s History: Our Reach, Life, Love, Resilience

Date: Thursday, March 30

Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Location: Highland Campus, Building 2000, Recital Hall

What: The public is invited to a series of evening readings presented by the ACC Creative Writing Department.

ACC also invites employees and students to log in to a FREE Padlet account and share your story.