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Heritage & Health Series Program

Women's History Month

Join Us for 2019 WHM Events

Negotiating Boundaries - Women of Color in Northern California History

Saturday, March 2
Time: 9 a.m - 4 p.m
Location: Campus Center Dining Hall (2201 )

Los Altos History Museum's day-long symposium brings together a dynamic line-up of scholars from archaeology, history, ethnic studies, gender studies, and environmental justice studies. Join in this discussion as we fill the gaps in our collective memory about women of color in Northern California history.  Sponsered by FH History Club

Women's emPOWERment Drum Gathering

College hour Wednesday, March 4
Time:  Noon –1 p.m.
Location: Campus Center Dining Hall (2201 )

Join our opening ceremony with food and druming  by FH We For She club and FH Beats Club.

Film Festival: Period. End of the Sentence

Thursday, March 7
Time:  Noon
–1 p.m.
Location: Heartside Lounde (2313)

Oscar winning  documentary short directed by Rayka Zehtabchi hosted by We For She Club.

Self Defense Training: Concrete Jungle

Tuesday, March 12
Time:  1 p.m
Location: Toyon Room (2020)

Gain confidence, freedom & peace of mind. Empower yourself with the street-effective skills of bodyguards, cops and Special Forces Teams!

Gender Equity Teach-in

Wednesday, March 13
Time: 10 a.m
–2 p.m.
Location: Toyon Room (2020)

Join us for lunch, panels and workshops featuring Foothill's President Thuy Nguyen, Santa Clara County Commission on Status of Women, American Assosication of University Women San Jose along with special guest.

Pi Day with Woman in STEM

Wednesday, March 13
Time: Noon
–1 p.m.
Location: PSEC Quad

In celebration of Pi day join the Woman in STEM club as they offer free pie in the PSEC Quad.

Film Festival: Endo What?

Friday, March 15
Time:  Noon
–1 p.m.
Location: Room 3305

Endometriosis or “endo” is the most common, devastating disease that most people have never heard of. It affects 1 in 10 girls and women. That’s approximately 176,000,000 people on the planet.

Despite its prevalence, women see an average of 8 doctors for 10 years before diagnosis. During that time, many are forced to miss school, leave careers they love, abandon dreams of having children and watch their personal relationships suffer. They’re often told incorrectly by doctors that pregnancy & hysterectomy are cures and that pain is normal or in their heads. After diagnosis, they’re usually prescribed an array of drugs & undergo multiple, ineffective surgeries.

It’s a film to educate & put power where it belongs – in the hands of girls & women.

Assertiveness 101: How to Get What You Need in Your Interpersonal Relationships

Monday, March 18
Time: Noon
–1 p.m.
Location: Toyon Room (2020)

Do you have trouble getting your needs met or knowing what your needs are? Do you have trouble saying "no"? Are you afraid to speak up about something important to you? Come learn tools to understand assertiveness, express your needs and take steps to getting them met.

Sponsored by Psychological Services.

Soul Force Meditation Practice

March 18
Time: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Location: Toyon Room (2020)

Practice ways to better connect with others and yourself with love and nonviolence.

Lecture Series II: Healthy Relationships

March 19
Time: Noon –1 p.m.
Location: Hearthside Lounge (Room 2313)

Healthy Relationships lecture with professor Shani Robins.

Closing Ceremony: Open Mic

Wednesday, March 20
Time: 12:00
Location: Lohman Theatre (Building 8000)

Join our closing cemerony featuring spoken word, music, art and so much more!

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