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International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
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International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month both aim to honor and celebrate the achievements women have made over the years, but they’re also an opportunity to take action for gender equality. In this curated collection, Eventbrite’s experts showcase virtual events made for anyone to learn, celebrate, inspire change, and empower women everywhere.
International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
International Women’s Day: Virtual Events That Celebrate Women and Inspire Change
Collectie van Eventbrite
International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month both aim to honor and celebrate the achievements women have made over the years, but they’re also an opportunity to take action for gender equality. In this curated collection, Eventbrite’s experts showcase virtual events made for anyone to learn, celebrate, inspire change, and empower women everywhere.
International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month both aim to honor and celebrate the achievements women have made over the years, but they’re also an opportunity to take action for gender equality. In this curated collection, Eventbrite’s experts showcase virtual events made for anyone to learn, celebrate, inspire change, and empower women everywhere.

This virtual keynote focuses on the intersection of the feminist movement, #MeToo, and the Abolition Movement with Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin, journalistically trained, research-addicted feminists who make digital media about all things gender.

Best-selling author Lauren Willig kicks off Women's History Month with a discussion of her new novel Band of Sisters, about an a young woman from Brooklyn who volunteers to travel to France and help civilians during World War I. Tickets include a copy of the book.

Celebrate pioneering women in this three-week lecture series that uncovers fascinating truths about female pirates on the (very male dominated) high seas. Then, jump in time to the '80s and learn about the women in pirate radio, who made their own waves.

How are photography and film shaped, and shaped by, feminism? 2019 Turner Prize Winner Helen Cammock hosts this online discussion.

Listen in on this timely panel discussion from diverse participants on what women can look forward to in the workplace, how we can ensure all people are recognized equally for their workplace contributions, and more.

Learn about how singers Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, Ella Fitzgerald, and Sarah Vaughan transformed jazz and pioneered a new sound during this lecture from DJ and jazz historian Matthew “Fat Cat” Rivera. Following his tack, Rivera will spin a collection of 78rpm records.

This roundtable discussion on Jillian Hernandez's book discusses how Black and Latina girls' "excessive" aesthetics are both sexualized by middle-class aesthetic values, while being appropriated by the contemporary art scene.

Warm up with celebratory yoga, then move your heart to the beat in honor of Women's History Month during this popular daytime dance party.

Bring the whole family and watch amazing artist and "cookie activist" Jasmine Cho create cookie art celebrating rockstar women, from Amanda Gorman to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. You'll want to log-off after and make your own celebration desserts!

This low-key happy hour craft class by CraftJam will guide you through painting four portraits of your favorite female figures on wooden medallions, perfect for decorating your home or gifting to a friend.

The National Women's History alliance celebrates the 101st anniversary of women receiving the right to vote with this series of discussions. Learn how we can protect our voices and address issues related to race relations, social and legal reforms, and empowering future leaders.

Pulsing rhythms and vibrant MCs are on tap, as live reggae and r&b players Carroll Thompson, Oneness Sankara, and more perform, followed by a panel discussion of women's issues in the US, UK, and Jamaica.

Celebrating often-overlooked women composers who were trailblazers in their time, this concert features the spirited Belle Epoque-era music of Alma Mahler, Amy Beach, and Irene Poldowski.

Opera expert James Sokol celebrates International Women's Day with a program of Broadway, pop, opera, country, and classical music made by and performed by women.

The international feminist work of the past decade is changing policies and shifting societies. What's next? Find out at this live discussion.

Beloved Chilean author and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Isabel Allende speaks about her forthcoming book "The Soul of a Woman," which examines power, feminism, and what it means to be a woman.

Pause for self-care during an International Women's Day edition of this women’s circle led by Christina Tasooji, the modern medicine woman behind The Antidote newsletter. This event uses meditation, reflection, and a supportive environment to help women navigate the world.

Feminist theory is more popular than ever. Make sense of it and find out where you stand at this hour-long crash course on feminism as seen through a global, deconolized lens.

The Choose to Challenge Women’s Conference brings together business leaders who are eager to gain real strategies for growth and wellness, while challenging the status quo. Network with women working to create a new and better way to succeed.

While the majority of public sculpture in New York were created by men, a few are the work of talented women. During this chat with an art historian, you'll learn about the female artists behind sculptures throughout the city, including the Angel of Bethesda Fountain.

Former Director of White House Photography Sharon Farmer chats about her career, including how she became the first first African American woman photographer in the White House during her time working for the Clinton administration.

Two art history experts unpack the work of Berthe Morisot, Eva Gonzalez and Victorine Meurant, three female Impressionist artists whose accomplishments have been overshadowed by their male contemporaries.

Berkeley Law Professor Amanda L. Tyler worked with Supreme Court Justice RGB to tell her life story in the book "Justice, Justice Thou Shall Pursue." Tyler speaks about that life-changing experience — and shares some stories the book left out — with ACLU lawyer Clara Spera.

In this talk, New York Times bestselling author Anita Moorjani examines the concept of empathy and how traditionally "feminine" traits such as sensitivity, kindness, and compassion are sorely undervalued in US society.

Anti-domestic violence organization The Network hosts this two day conference, posing the question: How do we address gender-based violence, without applying prosecution and imprisonment as the primary solution?

It's never too late to dream. Get encouraged as "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts and Telisa Yancy, COO of American Family Insurance, share their perspectives on staying committed to your dreams, overcoming obstacles, and creating a path that can benefit others.

Join Claire Wasserman, the founder and author of "Ladies Get Paid," for a conversation with Arielle Patrick, the chief communications officer at Ariel Investments, about how she supercharged her career and became one of the youngest Black executives on Wall Street.

Art historian and curator Nicole Fleetwood's book "Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration" documents women's efforts through art and engagement to abolish unjust imprisonment. Join her for this indepth look at some of their work.

Gabby Rivera is the author of "Juliet Takes a Breath," and the writer of the Marvel series "America," which features the first queer, Latinx teen-girl superhero ever. Join her to discuss inspiring radical creativity and improving our most vulnerable communities.

Women of color are welcome to this free interactive masterclass, where a different topic is explored monthly through the lens of Black feminism.

Writer and publisher Dr Michelle Asantewa presents an exciting look at the Black women who fought in and led armies throughout history. Learn about the lives of female rulers in pre and colonial Africa and their inspiring resistance.

Take a virtual visit to Central Harlem and Spanish Harlem for a stunning exploration of local street art, walks of fame, and statues honoring local woman. A Q&A with the licensed NYC tour guide follows the interactive presentation.

Powerful, influential, and driven, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg built an empire of glamour through sheer will and genius branding. She'll divulge insights into love, family, and business at this event — drawing on her extraordinary experiences.

Marie Antoinette was not the only woman the Revolutionaries executed for taking over what they saw as the roles of men. Come learn about the first feminist, the first woman politician, and a woman assassin — the heroines of the macho French Revolution.

Ya'll, sometimes we just need a laugh. Enter Soul Sista Comedy, a group of "funny women of color," to present Black women's history with a twist of humor.

Find out all about the calligraphers who create menus, place cards, and envelopes for all kinds of White House functions, like dinners, galas, and parties. Pat Blair, who served as the chief calligrapher at the White House for over 12 years, will share her story.

Author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong discusses her new book, "When Women Invented Television." Celebrate Women's History Month with this book and learn more about such small screen icons as Irna Phillips, Gertrude Berg, Hazel Scott, and Betty White.

An art historian explores the work of two women who created detailed medical drawings while working as surgical artists during World War II. Don't attend if you're squeamish — these drawings don't leave much to the imagination.

Instead of settling down and having babies with her family's millions, the heiress nicknamed "the richest bachelor girl in the United States" spent 60 years supporting NYC artists. Learn the mysterious story of her private life at this fascinating lecture.

Nora McInerny, host of the hit podcast "Terrible, Thanks For Asking," discusses the effects of always pretending everything is fine instead of recognizing feelings like sadness and grief in a healthy manner.

This seventh annual conference from a district office of the Small Business Administration offers tips on how women can take your business to the next level. On the agenda: financing options, federal contracting opportunities, and tips for maximizing your social media presence.

This 9th annual women's conference goes virtual with a two-day “Women and Work: Let’s Talk About Equity” experience. Expect keynote addresses and panel discussions led by experts in their fields, with a focus on equity.