From Dr. Jane's Notebook

Why Celebrate Women's History?

March has been declared Women's History month. For some, this may raise a few eyebrows as they frown with stereotyped images of the women's movement. For others, this month may have very personal meaning as they struggle to define the meaning, their goals and destinations in life.

Much has happened to change the lives of women over the past three decades. Regardless of one's political views, the truth remains that every woman and girl is faced with the challenge of defining her approach to life. In the effort to stand on the shoulders of our mothers, much can be learned from the histories of women who have found their niche and accomplished their goals. Here are a few more thoughts on the subject.

Participate in local events. Remember who we are.

ęCopyright, 1995, Jane R. Rosen-Grandon. All rights reserved.

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Last Updated October 25, 1998 by Gary M. Grandon, Ph.D.