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Women's History Month 2022

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's
Multi-Agency Women's History Month Planning Committee presents

Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope

Women's History Month Save the Date

You are invited to celebrate Women's History Month with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Multi-Agency Women's History Planning Committee. The national theme for Women's History Month 2022 is Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope, which captures the spirit of these challenging times. 

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Program begins at 12 Noon

This 60-minute virtual program (hosted in Microsoft Teams) will include a proclamation, a panel and entertainment.

If you have questions, please contact Moriah Hathaway, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women at or at 717-772-3880.


Video of the Women's History Month Celebration - Link to the video of the virtual 2022 Celebration Event on March 23, 2022. 


Bios of the Members of the Discussion Panel - Biographies of Winden Rowe, Rev. Yvette B. Davis and Aasta D. Mehta, MD, MPP.


Women's History Month 2022 Proclamation - Gov. Tom Wolf's proclamation.

Health and Wellness Resources

Resources on Physical & Mental Health - Link to the Pennsylvania State Library's resources of books and websites on health and wellness.


Pre-registration is recommended. 

Fill out the Registration Form below if you would like to attend the virtual Women's History program. 

An email with the link to the program will be emailed to you a few days before the event.

By submitting your registration, you permit the Multi-Agency Women's History Planning Committee to send you the registration link and other information related to the program.  

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