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Shaw University Celebrates Women’s History Month

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In celebration of this year’s Women’s History Month, The Center for Racial and Social Justice and the School of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities are honoring notable Women of Shaw University once a week. These select women have contributed greatly to this campus and are continuing to make history throughout the community at large. Every Wednesday throughout the month of March make sure to see which of our amazing Alumnae will be featured for our Women’s Month Wednesday campaign. Happy Women’s History Month! 

Read more about the About Women of Shaw on CRSJ.

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