Category: women’s history month

Call For Submissions: What Does Being a Woman Mean to You?

For Women’s History Month, I am curating a project that will amplify diverse ideas and experiences about and with womanhood. I am interested in your authentic responses, be they glowingly positive or enduringly painful– be raw, be real, be you. I am asking one simple question: What Does Being a Woman Mean to You? You […]

In The Studio @huffpostlive

Heyyyyy I was very excited to be invited to join the team at HuffPost Live for their round-up of women in the news. I’ve been on the hangouts a few times and have been embraced as a member of the community. This time, I was asked to come into the studio and I was honored. […]

[WHM] “For Our Daughters” – Movie Screening NYC

Women’s History Month Flyer Please click the above link for an exciting event taking place in The Bronx, NYC Women’s History Month “For Our Daughters” – movie screening Thursday March 22, 2012 Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Bronx Museum of the Arts  1040 Grand Concourse  Grand Concourse & 165 Street Hosted by Councilwoman Helen […]

[WHM] International Women’s Day

Here at KSFem, we honor women 24/7/365 and embrace all celebrations that take time to acknowledge the greatness of women throughout the world.   International Women’s Day was born of activism — the holiday was founded in 1910, when a German woman named Clara Zetkin proposed that every country devote a day to the needs and political […]