March 8th was first designated as International Women’s Day — a day to celebrate women’s achievements and look for ways we can continue to move toward equality — in 1911. More than a hundred years later, women are more visible and better educated but women’s rights are still under attack.
The two videos below illustrate both of these aspects:
Read more about International Women’s Day, solidarity, and celebration of women’s rights at the Federation of Post Secondary Educators of BC website.
- Silence is Gold – Screening
- Pink Shirts!