The March 18 event will explore a holistic approach to daily life.
Cal U continues its celebration of Women’s History Month with “Yoga Roots on Location” from 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. March 18.
Led by Felicia Savage Friedman, Yoga Roots emphasizes an individual and collective care approach to dismantling systems of oppression and integrating a trauma-sensitive, holistic approach to daily life.
11 a.m.-noon March 23: “Women Paving the Way” panel discussion. Participants: Traci McDonald, judge, Washington County Court of Common Pleas; Michel Conklin, executive director, BotsIQ; Melissa Stein, co-founder, Stein Wealth Advisors; Tiffany Kline-Costa, sergeant of the Community Engagement Office, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police.
11 a.m.-noon March 30: “Celebration of Women” gathering. Recipients of The President’s Commission for the Status of Women Person of the Year award and the Mel Blumberg Sunshine Award will be announced. The award honors Blumberg's commitment to her field of political science, to teaching, to the American Democracy project, and to her friends, colleagues and community.
“PASS THE POPCORN” FILM SERIES
3 p.m. March 21: “The Farewell”
Discussion begins at 4:45 p.m.
Women’s History Month events are sponsored by The American Democracy Project at Cal U, the women’s studies program and the Women’s Center.