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Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month when we celebrate the achievements and contributions of women in history, culture, and society.

Designated in 1987 by the U.S. Congress, Women's History Month recognizes how "American women of every race, class, and ethnic background have made historical contributions to the growth and strength of the Nation in countless recorded and unrecorded ways."

Throughout the month and all year long, learn something new about the women and events that shaped history through our library resources.

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Resources

Biographies of the women who inspire us

Heroic women in troubled times

Women who fought for their rights

Biographies to amaze and motivate

Fighting for women's rights

Women for social change

Astonishing women and noteworthy events in a youth-friendly format

Attention-grabbing graphic fiction and nonfiction for adults

Read eBooks or listen to audiobooks through Overdrive or on the Libby app.

Browse Kanopy Films Women's History Category for fascinating documentaries chronicling the lives of women who made a difference.

Share your love of reading and history. Join a Book Club or start your own. 

Each kit includes 10 copies of the book, as well as discussion questions to help get the conversation started. The Radium Girls by Kate Moore, Becoming Bonnie by Jenni Walsh, The Women with Silver Wings by Katherine Sharp Landdeck, and Becoming by Michelle Obama. These are just a few of the intriguing titles available to read and discuss.

Reserve a Traveling Book Club

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