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Celebrate Women's History Month!

About Women's History Month

The words Women's History Month in orange and blue letters on a black backgroundMarch is Women's History Month! We use this time to honor the history, celebrate the contributions, and recognize the influence of women to the history and culture of the United States.

CCC Library has curated a list of eBooks and streaming videos celebrating Women's History Month.

  • Visit the eBooks page to view a collection of eBooks CCC library has chosen to highlight during Women's History Month. 
  • Visit the streaming videos page to view a collection of videos CCC library has chosen to highlight during Women's History Month. 
  • Are we missing something? Visit the suggest a purchase page to request that we add something to our collection.

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Women's History Month events in the community

Beloved all-vinyl DJ Action Slacks will kick off Women's History Month with a vintage mix of multi-genre tunes from female voices (ranging from 1965 to 1980) with a mission of celebrating the "endurance, perseverance, talents, creativity, and humanity" of women.

  • She's Speaking - Saturday, March 25, 8pm - 11pm - Alberta Rose Theatre

As you might glean from the title, this uplifting show prioritizes women's voices and stories, helmed by local singer-songwriters like Arietta Ward, Naomi LaViolette, Liz Chibucos, Lisa Mann, Bre Gregg, LaRhonda Steele, Beth Wood, Kristen Grainger, and others. They will share original songs as well as covers from their "musical sheroes."

The Grammy Award-winning classical music ensemble Catalyst Quartet will celebrate the works of overlooked female composers. Performing selections from their acclaimed multi-album anthology, UNCOVERED, the quartet aims to highlight masterworks by classical composers previously disregarded due to their race or gender.

Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge that the Clackamas Community College campuses reside on the traditional homelands of the Clackamas, Cascades, and Tumwater bands of Chinooks, as well as the Tualatin and Pudding River bands of Kalapuya and the Northern Molalla people. It is important that we acknowledge the ancestors of this place and to recognize that we are here because of the sacrifices they endure. Without them, we would not have access to this gathering and to this dialogue. Please join us in taking this opportunity to thank and honor the original caretakers of this land, their lives, and their descendants still caring for the land today.

Labor Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that our nation has benefited and profited from the free enslaved labor of Black people. We honor the legacy of the African diaspora and Black life, and the knowledge, skills, and human spirit that persevere in spite of violence and White supremacy.

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