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Women's History Resources

Women's History Month 2023

This March, Pratt recognizes Women’s History Month, a national celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Pratt is celebrating Women’s History Month with a variety of programming. 

  • From Wednesday, March 1st to Friday, March 10th, the Center for Equity and Inclusion (CEI) will host a social media campaign titled “#EmbraceEquity for all Women.” In alignment with the 2023 International Women’s Day theme, Pratt students, faculty, and staff are invited to respond to the question, “What does equity for all women look like?”. To participate, stop by the CEI, Main Building 004, to record your response. CLICK HERE if you would like to submit your response digitally. All responses will be displayed on the CEI window.
  • On Wednesday, March 22nd, the Center for Equity and Inclusion (CEI) will host a Community Dialogue: “A Seat at the Table - What’s Next?” in the CEI, Main Building 004 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET. Join a community discussion to discuss the importance of sisterhood in combating gender inequity. Pizza will be provided. To RSVP, CLICK HERE.

All events are sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Center for Equity and Inclusion. For questions or accommodations, please contact

Women's History Month @ the Library

This year, the library has curated seven book displays for Women's History Month: Collection Highlights from Pratt Manhattan, Brooklyn Children's Books, Brooklyn Graphic Novels & Comics, and four themed displays from the Brooklyn stacks.

The Brooklyn book displays will be themed by week:

Week 1: Great Women Artists

Week 2: Queer and Trans Women

Week 3: Women's Work

Week 4: Women Writers

Graphic Novels

Children's Books


Recommendations from Aracelis Girmay

We asked Writer-in-Residence and Associate Professor Aracelis Girmay to curate a reading list in honor of Women's History Month and in celebration of the publication of her new book So We Can Know: Writers of Color on Pregnancy, Loss, Abortion, and Birth

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