International Women’s Day
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International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day—March 8th—a day celebrating the vast achievements of women across the globe. There are several ways to get involved in 2022, both in person and virtually. In honor of both International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, the DEI Committee encourages you to get involved by participating in events or taking time to engage with unfamiliar content. Here are just a few ways to do so:
- Tuesday, March 8th (begins at 8am PST), 2022: Join the International Women’s Day Celebration
- Tuesday, March 8th (begins at 6pm PST), 2022: Tune in to the UN Women Leadership Forum hosted by the Chicago chapter
- Check out a few short films created by women around the world on Women’s Voices Now examining important health issues
- Learn about ideas to improve maternal healthcare from Elizabeth Howell
- Dig into an important discussion about gender identity in health care by Kristie Overstreet
- Curl up with a new book: Unwell Women by Elinor Cleghorn
- Dive into Women’s History with the National Library of Congress
March is Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month, a time when we celebrate the progress forged by countless women whose courage and sacrifices have contributed to the fight for securing equal rights, equal treatment, and equal opportunity for all women. This month, Maryland University of Integrative Health honors the extraordinary women from every country who are leading us to a better world for future generations of women. Women who have fought for equality and against the status quo, and who have broken the bonds of discrimination, partiality, and injustice for the benefit of all. These women created a legacy that continues to inspire generations of women to live with confidence, to have a positive impact on their communities, and to improve our world every single day.
The theme for 2022 is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” an appropriate them to honor the lives of women that have impacted our history such as Margaret Chung, the first American-born Chinese woman doctor, civil rights leader Vel Phillips from Wisconsin, and Susan La Flesche Picotte, the first American Indian woman doctor. We hope you will take the opportunity during this month to explore some of the remarkable contributions made to our world by women.
The DEI Committee also brings you the March 2022 Calendar of Observances to highlight observances this month. The attached document provides a list of some observances along with a brief description and a link to further information on the observance noted. The calendar may also be accessed through our website.
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