Here at City Lights we celebrate rad women year-round, but Women’s History Month in March gives us even more of an excuse to talk about the amazing female artists, writers, activists, athletes, scientists, and revolutionaries we admire. We have a couple of ideas about how you can get your community involved with Women’s History Month using Rad American Women A-Z in the classroom or at your local bookstore–download the fliers below as a resource to get the conversation going.
These are free and available for anyone to use, just click “download” below each to save the PDF.
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If you do organize something, get in touch with us on social media: @CityLightsBooks on Twitter and Instagram or facebook.com/CityLightsBooks.