Randolph College celebrated Women’s History Month with several events presented by the Offices of Identity, Culture, and Inclusion, Alumnae and Alumni Relations, and Residence Life.
On Monday, March 29, and Tuesday, March 30, students, faculty, and staff were invited to Main Hall Lobby between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to write notes to women in the Randolph community they know and admire.
A virtual Women’s History Month Panel followed at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Felicia Stewart, a professor of communication studies and chair of the Division of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies at Morehouse College, closed the event with a virtual lecture, “The Shared Strength of Mothers,” reflecting on women whose sons have been victims of police violence.
For more information, email Randolph’s Chief Diversity Officer Keesha Burke-Henderson at email@example.com.Tags: Office of Alumnae and Alumni, Office of Identity Culture and Inclusion, residence life, Women's History Month