Activities at Marshall during Women’s History Month aim to educate, empower, enlighten

By HANNAH PENNINGTON

The Parthenon

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The beginning of March marks the start of Women’s History Month, and Student Affairs teamed up with the president’s Commission on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Thursday evening to present a kick-off celebration in Drinko Library.

The event highlighted the calendar of events for Women’s History Month sponsored by the Women’s Center and Women’s Studies program at Marshall, and guests spoke of the importance of educating and empowering females through learning more about their past.

Greta Rensenbrink, associate professor of history, said understanding where women’s issues came from plays a huge role in determining how to fight them.

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