Baylor University's Department of Multicultural Affairs celebrates Women's History Month through a series of events, recognizing the great contributions that women have made to our nation and our campus! 
 In February 1980, President Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the Week of March 8th 1980 as National Women’s History Week. Each year after, the dates of National Women’s History Week, (the week of March 8th) changed and every year a new lobbying effort was needed until 1987, in which Congress declared the entire month of March Women's History Month.
2020 Events
Saturday, February 29
Multicultural Women’s Symposium
Barfield Drawing Room
9-2 | Lunch Provided
Tuesday, March 3
   Lunch & Learn
Baines Room, SUB
12:30 pm     
Neighbor Night
featuring Karen Gonzalez, author of The God Who Sees Us
Bobo Spiritual Life Center        
6:00 pm
Sunday, March 8
International Women’s Day
Monday, March 16
"Listening to Women of Color"
Foster 143/144
11:30 pm
*Drinks & Snacks Provided; Bring your own lunch
Wednesday, March 18     
 “Can I Kiss You?” Mike Domintrz 
presented by Title IX
Draper 152
5-7 pm
Thursday, March 19
Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop
Jones 200
6 - 8 pm
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Saturday, March 21     
Baylor Leadership Summit     
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Sundown Session
in partnership with Student Activities
9 pm - 1 am
Monday, March 23
Ladies & Lego
presented by ECS
Bobo Spiritual Life Center
7:30 - 8:30 pm
Tuesday, March 24     
WHM Dr Pepper Hour
celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage
Barfield Drawing Room, SUB
3:00 pm
Thursday, March 26     
Panel on “Asian American Women You Didn’t Learn About in School”     
presented by the Coalition of Asian Students
Friday, March 27
Movies with MA: Mulan
Theater Showing TBA
Monday, March 30
History Department Lecture     
featuring Dr. Amy S. Greenberg, “Female Political Power Before the Vote”         
Kayser Auditorium         
3:30 pm | Reception to Follow