To commemorate Women’s History Month, we will be examining articles that allow us to reflect on the past, present, and future of women. We encourage you to read our summaries as well as the articles themselves and share this with your friends. If you want to learn more about the history of Women’s History Month, start here. If you have feedback or suggestions for future articles, contact Kate Mazzotta, Communications Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Time for the Ku Klux Klan to night ride again,” wrote Goodloe Sutton, former publisher and editor of Alabama’s Democrat-Reporter, wrote in a February 14 editorial. He continued, “Seems like the Klan would be welcome to raid the gated communities up there.”
The editorial came out weeks before Spike Lee’s film, BlackkKlansman, won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Now, the paper will be led by Elecia Dexter, an African-American woman from Chicago.
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We’re choosing to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day because, in addition to raising awareness around women’s issues, The Gathering Place helps women every day. We are metropolitan Denver’s only daytime shelter for women, children, and transgender individuals experiencing poverty and homelessness. While we refer to those we serve as members, all of our programs and services are free, and they always will be.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by supporting the women we serve! Give now. And be sure to share this article with your friends so they can join the celebration.