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2024 Women’s History Month begins on Friday, March 1st, and continues until the last day of March, Sunday, March 31st. International Women’s Day, a holiday designed to promote the great achievements of women while bringing social issues relating to gender inequality to light, takes place on Friday, March 8th.

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Ideas for Celebration 

Using Social Media

Consider using the popular hashtags for Women’s History Month 2024 and International Women’s Day 2024 to demonstrate digital support. Write a kind comment on a female friend’s social media page, wishing them well or giving them a compliment. 

Celebrating Women's History Month Social Media

Supporting Women-Owned Businesses

Buying from independent, women-owned businesses is a fantastic practice. Think about getting a head start for Mother’s Day shopping or treat yourself to a present from one of these amazing retailers. 

Jillian Sassone, founder of the gorgeous fine jewelry business Marrow Fineoffers a wide array of unique and stunning jewelry pieces. Their jewelry is crafted in San Diego with the highest-quality materials and thoughtful heirloom-inspired designs.

Celebrating Women's History Month Marrow Necklace
Celebrating Women's History Month Marrow Ring
Celebrating Women's History Month Marrow Silver Hoops

Shop Nashville-based and female-owned company, Happenstance Whiskey, for premium double-distilled bourbon whiskey. Then get together with a group of friends to make and enjoy delicious cocktails together. Two signature cocktail recipes to try are the Bourbon Paloma and the HERS

Celebrating Women's History Month Cocktail
Celebrating Women's History Month Bourbon


Reading Books Written by Women

Reading books by female authors is a great way to celebrate Women’s History Month, as the practice allows readers to explore a diverse set of female narratives. Southern Bride has compiled a few of our favorites.

Fiction Recommendations: For fans of fiction, the books I Who Have Never Known Men by Jacqueline Harpman and Earthlings by Sayaka Murata are both interesting reads. 

Memoir Recommendations: If you favor memoirs or autobiographical books, consider Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Hunger by Roxane Gay, and The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls.

Non-fiction Recommendations: If you’re a fan of non-fiction, try The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women, written by Kate Moore, and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot. 

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Hosting a Watch Party of Movies with Female Directors 

Host a get-together with your friends and enjoy watching movies directed by women. Some fun picks are Clueless (a classic!), Are You There God? It’s Me, MargaretLady BirdEmma, and Little Women. 

Celebrating Women's History Month Movie

Happy Women’s History Month!

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