Women’s History Month

Women on the Rise

Women on the rise.
A conversation with three women who are helping lift our community. Please join us at Milkweed on Thursday, March 24th at 5pm as we celebrate women’s history month with a panel of three exceptional women (Idalia Luna, Director, Human Relations Commission, Kate Russell, Brewmaster, owner Hopkinsville Brewing Company, Alissa Keller, Director, Pennyroyal Area Museum) who will share their experiences and their influences from women, both historical figures and personal acquaintances, who have helped shape and inform their success

Historic Women of Hoptown

Join HYPE as we celebrate Women’s History Month!
Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County’s Alissa Keller will be presenting “Historic Women of Hoptown” – an event you won’t want to miss!
This event is FREE to members and FREE if this is your first HYPE event! Please RSVP by clicking “going”. If you would like to sign-up to be a member of HYPE and pay your dues please visit: https://business.christiancountychamber.com/form/view/5222

bell hooks on the Big Screen – All About Love: New Visions, Spirituality, Love, Christianity and Bu

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.

bell hooks on the Big Screen – She speaks on culture race and healthy self-esteem

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.

bell hooks on the Big Screen – How do we define Feminist Liberation?

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.