Today is International Women's Day, and March is Women's History Month. The Colorado State Senate passed a Joint Resolution honoring Women's History Month. We have a number of publications in our library that deal with Colorado women. Some resources you can find in our library include, by topic:
Helen Ring Robinson: Colorado Senator and Suffragist
A Wide-Awake Woman: Josephine Roche in the Era of Reform
Irene Jerome Hood: A Victorian Woman and Her Art
CRIME AND CORRECTIONS
Poverty, Recidivism and Women Offenders
Colorado State Plan, S.T.O.P. Violence Against Women Act
Violence Against Women
EMPLOYMENT AND BUSINESS
Fulfilling the Promise: Closing the Pay Gap for Women and Minorities in Colorado
Survey of Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses in Colorado
Colorado Women's Economic Summit: Creating Solutions
How Healthy Are Women of Reproductive Age?
Women's Health Issues
Women and Cardiovascular Disease
The Health of Women in Colorado
Directory of Women's History Sites in the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties
Long Vistas: Women and Families on Colorado Homesteads
Colorado Women's History: A Multicultural Treasury
Women's Gold (VHS)
And much, much more, so search our web catalog for topics that interest you.
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