Special guests at the celebration will be founders and alumni of the program.
Events include film showing of Girl Rising and a panel discussion with eight female international students.
UH Hilo Women’s Center will be honoring those who have participated in creating the legacy of the center in supporting women to succeed in higher education and in the community.
The UH Hilo Women’s Center presents two presentations of The 2016 Vagina Monologues, an episodic play of monologues read by women about sex, love, rape, birth, violence and related topics.
Panel will provide insights for UH Hilo students, female and male, as well as members of the general public.
The painting of t-shirts provides a vehicle for women to express their emotions.
The Women’s Studies Program at UH Hilo is co-sponsoring “Women in Jazz, Yesterday and Today,” an evening of jazz and dancing at the Palace Theater in downtown Hilo.
Women’s History Month at UH Hilo: Several events are planned from films to symposiums to slam poetry.
The play, written by Eve Ensler in 1996, helps to raise funds to help end violence against women and girls in Hawai‘i.
The Women’s Center at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo invites the university community to participate in several upcoming events for Women’s Empowerment Month, recognized each November.