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Updated: Mar 29, 2023

Celebrating what has been done and striving for a better tomorrow, today!

We are well into celebrating women's contributions around the world - past and present -- and

inspiring future generations that will continue to shatter more barriers around the world. This year's theme is 'Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories'. On Saturday, March 11, we will have Dr. Nkiru Balonwu, Founder & Co-Chair, of African Women on Board (AWB) with us to help unpack how women globally have traversed through life strengthening the Voices to achieve emancipation. This candid conversation will be led by a former HSCF Ambassador Carbel Nkenda.

We hope you will join us for a full discussion on how to move the needle forward collaboratively.

March 11 2023 | 9AM EST | 4PM SAST | 3PM WAT



Bell Hooks - Author & Activist

"If any female feels she need anything beyond herself to legitimate and validate her existence, she is already giving away her power to be self-defining, her agency." - Bell Hooks.

Gloria Jean Watkins best known as bell hooks (she preferred to spell it in all lowercase letters to focus attention on her message rather than herself) has many publications and speeches discussing the second feminist movement as the gaps that are still felt today in uniting all women.

Her books are considered groundbreaking work of feminist history and theory analyzing the complex relations between various forms of oppression. They examine the impact of sexism on black women during slavery to the historic devaluation of womanhood, racism within the recent women's movement, and how feminism can touch and change their lives--to see that feminism is for everybody. For more women's history month, click HERE


Understanding the globally challenges impacting women, the UN Women is in session March 6-17 focusing innovation and technology changes that are creating advancements globally and removing barriers of entry for many marginalized communities.

UN Women - In focus: UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67) - (Virtual)

Click HERE for more information. Watch live event March 8th Commemorating International Women's Day.

Click HERE to join. 

Kicking off Women's History Month in Baton Rouge, Louisiana these women had big ideas to support the growth and development of women and girls in their community. In less than a year, trailblazer Deanna Smith along with many other determined women officially opened the doors to the Reimagine Women's Center (RWC) supporting 600+ women in business!This is Baton Rouge's first minority-owned; women-led innovation hub the with a Motto of “When small businesses grow, our communities thrive; we are women & communities reimagined."

Additional Resources & Events to Join Today!

With Latanya Mapp Frett, Author

President and CEO, Global Fund for Women

The Everyday Feminist: Book Launch and Discussion

Wednesday, March 8,

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET

Hess Commons, AR


If you missed it last month, Masterclass partners with Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund offing ALL HBCU students 12 month FREE subscription to over 180 classes and instructors closing the history educational gap. Share with those at an HBCU University. Click HERE to register.

The work continues! We encourage all to become more educated on the stories of the women's suffrage movement, the policies impacting your choices, and let's band together in driving the change. Again, it is the collective collaboration that will unearth the oppression of women in various parts of the world. When one suffers, it impacts us all.

During this month, we will highlight businesses to support, people to know, and contributions of those who continue to inspire and motivate us to amplify our voices.

For more inspiration, here is a collection of books and music to help navigate your path to being a change agent.

Happy Women's Month! Global HSCF Team

For more information and to be a part of our global learning and collaboration tribe, sign-up HERE! We would love to work with you!


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