2020 WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

  • SHE festival

    SHE: Festival of Women in Music 

    MARCH 1 - 31, 2020

    The Department of Music will host the 2020 SHE Festival of Women in Music, running the entire month of March.

    This second edition of the festival coincides with and helps celebrate Women's History Month.

     

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  • RSO event

    International Women's Day with IEEE

    3/12/2020 | 3 - 5 PM | ARKU 403

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Women in Engineering, also known as IEEE WIE, invites all university students to an International Women's Day celebration from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in Arkansas Union 403. This event will include painting, origami, desserts, and other fun activities for men and women as they join together in this celebration. 

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  • Ashkaamne graphic

    Art + Feminism Wiki Edit-a-thon

    3/13/2020 | 1 - 3 PM | SCUL 205

    Join the Northwest Arkansas Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for a communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to gender, art and feminism followed by a reception from 3 to 5:30.

    Registration is available online. The Libraries will provide tutorials for the beginner Wikipedian and reference materials. Lunch will be provided.
     

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  • Latriece Watkins - Keynote speaker

    Chancellor's Commission on Women Annual Keynote Luncheon

    4/7/2020 | 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM | Alumni House

    Keynote speaker Latriece Watkins, the executive vice president for consumables division of Walmart U.S., will speak on "Next Women Leaders: How to Inspire Women as Change Agents," which will focus on how to inspire, energize, and empower women to become agents of change in their personal lives, their communities, and organizations.

    Register here for the luncheon

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mama-c

        

Charlotte O’Neal aka Mama C performs her unique music and poetry and provides inspiring talks, spreading love, and blessing in an effective style  that is uniquely her own. Coming to Northwest Arkansas March 14-20 from Tanzania, East Africa, on her Heal the Community Tour 2020, she will be sharing creative talents, hope for tomorrow as well as stories about the United African Alliance Community Center’s international community outreach including the UAACC Leaders of Tomorrow Home Program, Study Abroad; Volunteer Service; Artist in Residence and intern opportunities.


Sunday, March 15 | 5-6:30 p.m.

TheatreSquared Commons Area

Mama C will perform her unique music and poetry.

 

Mama C poster 2020Tuesday, March 17 | 5:30 p.m.

University of Arkansas Union Theater

Hosted by U of A Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education and U of A Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Mama C will share the story of her life, her accomplishments and challenges as she and her husband fled to Africa decades ago and started UAACC and will share her song and poetry to heal our hearts and spirits. Reception to follow.

 

Wednesday, March 18 | 1 - 4 p.m.

Film Fest, Pryor Center, East side of Fayetteville Square

Featuring: WAREJEAJI Those Who Have Returned by East African Film Makers and Legacy Spirit of the Black Panthersfrom the Pryor Center Archives with conversation with Mama C.

 

Thursday, March 19 | 6 - 8 p.m.

Town Hall Panel, Jones Center, Springdale Hosted by Crystal Bridges and U of A IDEALS Institute

As part of the Four Freedoms community conversations, Mama C will join Inman Abdellah, Doug Sprouse, Lucy Capelle, Jasper Logan as panelists engaging with participants in the theme of LOVE.