Women’s History Month highlights the remarkable contributions of women throughout the nation’s history. This year’s theme, “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories,” focuses on recognizing women who have pursued truth and demonstrated their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Whether you plan to celebrate by supporting women-owned businesses, attending an event, or providing resources to local organizations that assist women—now is the time to show our appreciation for those who speak out to create a fairer world.
Feeling creative? Expression through art and music can positively affect one’s mood and allow for better processing. It’s a beautiful way to tell a story and connect with people who may have similar experiences.
-Create visual art to help process your feelings through sketches, drawings, or paintings.
-If you like dancing, choreograph movements and let the music help express your emotions.
-Write a song that shares your story through its’ lyrics and melody.
-Jot down poetry and let the words convey a deeper meaning.
Creating a More Inclusive Digital Space
Women’s History Month is also the perfect opportunity to raise awareness and connect with your digital audience. Make your voice heard by sharing knowledge and promoting women’s issues and inspiring stories on your social media platforms. Take the opportunity to uplift others by liking, commenting, and sharing posts that resonate with you.
Check out this interactive timeline to learn more about women’s history and the amazing female leaders from past and present generations.
Don’t forget to celebrate accomplishments both big and small. Take a look at our in-house date surrounding women in leadership: