Know & Go: Plugging Into Girl Power at Your Library

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Course Description

Women's Empowerment is a term you hear often from the media to casual conversation, but what does it truly mean? Moreover, how can public institutions such as libraries aid in educating the masses on the movement? In light of the recent Times Up and Me Too movements, there are many renewed and newly uncovered roles libraries have and continue to play in empowering young women. This course will discuss some of the more popular women's empowerment movements and how libraries can take an active role in encouraging and supporting young women in a variety of ways.

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Learning Objectives
  • Discuss women's empowerment movements
  • Discuss Girl Power programs Identify Girl Power resources
Homework Expectations
  • None
  • This event is open to group registration; no CEUs are available for this event.
Session Information
Session Duration: 
This course consists of a 1-hour session.
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Megan Bryant -
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