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International Womens' Day 2021

Join the Women's Museum of California and Women's March San Diego for a discussion with San Diego County Supervisor Nora Vargas. The supervisor will talk about her experience leading San Diego through the pandemic as well as her experience on the campaign trail and becoming the first Latina elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

Untold Perspectives

LITVAKdance and the Women's Museum of California collaborate in a creative celebration of 100 years of the 19th amendment. LITVAKdance showcases three short video dances along with artwork inspired by lesser-known women from San Diego's pioneer days. Camille Bethune Brown of the Women's Museum discusses the history of the women's movement through the clothes women wore.

Title IX - It's Not Just About Sports!

Journalist Lily Mae Lazarus, who published an article about Title IX for the Santa Barbara Independent, discusses her article about the new regulations to be implemented on August 14, 2020

The Road from Ratification to Reality

How does the ratification of the law in 1920 reconcile with the reality of the subsequent 100 years? What changes in laws and policies enabled all women to exercise their right to vote? And, how important is it for all women to vote? 

The Legacy of Kate Sessions

Kate Sessions, famed botanist, and “Mother of Balboa Park”, is celebrated for introducing hundreds of plant species and trees throughout San Diego, forever changing our landscape from bare to beautiful. Inducted into the “San Diego County Women’s Hall of Fame,” her legacy lives on through the work of local women, who are keeping San Diego green and creating social change through the use of innovative urban gardening practices.