Women’s History Month Events Next Week

25 Feb

Monday, March 1
“Crossing Lines” Documentary Screening with Filmmaker Q & A

7pm
Post Hall, Mount Vernon Campus

This film follows filmmaker and Professor Indira Somani as she strives to connect the two worlds in which she exists – Indian and American – and the challenge of preserving her cultural identity following her father’s death.  Ms. Somani and her co-producer, Leena Jayaswal, will be on hand for a question and answer session following the film.

Tuesday, March 2
Women’s History Month Leadership Reception

7pm
Strong Hall Piano Lounge

GW is proud to honor our female student leaders during Women’s History Month 2010 with a reception to kick off the month’s events.  The event will feature a guest speaker and networking opportunities among students, faculty and staff.  For more information or to RSVP, please contact jamie@gwhillel.org.

Wednesday, March 3
Challah for Hunger!

6:30pm
GW Hillel

The GW Hillel Sistahood invites all students to share in the ancient tradition of weekly challah bread baking in the GW Hillel kitchen (23rd & H Street).  Baking will take place Wednesday night and the bread will be sold on campus on Thursday to raise money for a local women’s charity.  No prior baking experience needed.  Please contact jamie@gwhillel.org for more information.

Throughout March

Women’s History Month Service Challenge

Let’s honor our Foremothers through service and follow in the steps of women volunteers throughout history! We’re challenging GW women to complete 10,000 hours of service during Women’s History Month. Be sure your VolunteerMatch account is active and to log all service hours completed during the month of March.  Visit www.serve.gwu.edu for available opportunities.

All events are FREE! For more information, contact the Multicultural Student Services Center at (202)994-6772, gwwomenshistory@gmail.com, or visit website.

Sponsors: MSSC, MVCL, CADE SAC, GWHP Eckles Library, LGBT Resource Center, University Honors Program, Office of Academic Affairs at Mount Vernon, Women’s Studies Program, Career Center, Colonial Community, GW Hillel

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