Women’s History Month: How it was born and why it’s observed in March | JUST THE FAQS


A breakdown of the complicated backstory of Women’s History Month and why we celebrate in March.

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Now that Black History Month has ended and March has begun, we have the privilege of celebrating another vital month in the calendar year: Women’s History Month. What was once Women’s Day, expanded to a week, then to an entire month, over decades of celebration.

With roots dating back to 1857, when women in New York City factories protested poor working conditions, this month has the opportunity to highlight the many accomplishments that women have made. And to spotlight how women’s accomplishments will continue to inspire many future generations.

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