Thursday, March 10, 2011
Celebrate Women's History Month!
(From left to right: Eleanor Roosevelt, Condoleeza Rice, and Amelia Earhart)
Who are these women? Why do they matter? Find out this March in the Social Sciences department as we celebrate Women's History Month. This year's theme is "Our History is Our Strength". To celebrate, the Social Sciences department has put together a display of books, DVDs, and audiobooks of famous women and milestones in women's history. Stop by the Social Sciences department today or call us for more information at 205-226-3640.
Cool websites to visit:
Check out President Obama's Presidential Proclamation of Women's History Month.
Visit the Library of Congress' Women's History Month website.
Take Biography's Women's History quiz.
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