Celebrate Women’s History Month at the African Burial Ground National Monument just thirty minutes from Harlem at 290 Broadway in Lower Manhattan each weekend this month.
Listen to trailblazer Clem Marshall, as he talks about great women in his life during Women’s History Month with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.
Join the celebration for all NYC families with children of all ages taking place on March 12th, 2022, entitled Sou Sou! Saturdays: Our AfriFemme Traditions.
On Monday, March 29, 2021, at 1 PM at the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument at Central Park’s Literary Walk at 68th Street in Manhattan.
This Women’s History Month, Fort Tryon Park Trust honors uptown’s amazing Harlem jazz legend Marjorie Eliot – an acclaimed pianist, actress, playwright, and Fort Tryon Park lover!
The African Diaspora International Film Festival celebrates Women’s History Month virtually nationwide from March 26 to 29, 2021.
March is Women’s History Month and is a month all about highlighting and appreciating women and all of the contributions they have made to society and history.
Strong Girls & Brave Women is the title of a featured storytelling session and will be the theme through art and stories throughout March as the Museum Celebrates Women’s History Month.
Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, will feature both a curated collection and popular returning titles in honor of Women’s History Month this March.
By Rudy Collins On Wednesday, March 20th, 2019, Harlem Congress member Adriano Espaillat hosted the Women’s History Month Celebration at the Harlem State Office Building’s Gallery.
From International Women’s Day (March 8th) onward, Lyft is going to be contributing up to $10 to cover the fare of any sojourn to a location that’s historically significant to Women’s History.
More and more women are making their mark in the traditionally male-dominated wine industry.
The earliest observance of the Woman’s Day was February 28, 1909. This event was organized by the Socialist Party of America in New York.
Through March 31, Resorts World Casino New York City (RWNYC) will display quilts and mosaic art handmade by Shirley Cox, Sylvia Hernandez, and Arlene Kweli Jones to honor Women’s History Month.
Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series will present a screening of ALTHEA, a documentary on Harlem’s Althea Gibson, the first African-American tennis player to win Wimbledon and the U.S.