March Newsletter

Women's History Month

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Women's History Month Resources

There are tons of ebooks online for Women's History Month. You can check them out here:

You can access the APS eBook Shelf via the eBooks tile in MyBackPack

While at school a username/password is not required to access district or school eBooks.

When a user finds an eBook in the school catalog or on the district eBook shelf.

Click the orange Read Online button and the eBook should open in the browser automatically.

Outside of school a school specific username/password may be required. Offsite access to APS eBooks is standard for all APS and school eBooks:

*Username = southatlanta

*Password = readmore


Articles and ebooks via GALILEO (password: acting)

The Womanish Roots of Womanism: A Culturally-Derived and African-Centered Ideal (Concept) - Western Journal of Black Studies

Reconstructed : Gender, Race, and Voting Rights in the Civil War Era (ebook)

Black Woman Reformer : Ida B. Wells, Lynching, and Transatlantic Activism (ebook)

Black Club Women and the Establishment of Juvenile Justice Institutions for Colored Children: A Black Feminist Approach -Western Journal of Black Studies

Womanpower Unlimited and the Black Freedom Struggle in Mississippi (ebook)

A Band of Noble Women : Racial Politics in the Women’s Peace Movement (ebook)

Black Feminism on Capitol Hill: Shirley Chisholm and Movement Politics, 1968-1984. - Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism

"I Had Not Seen Women like That Before": Intergenerational Feminism in New York City's Tenant Movement - Feminist Studies

African Americans Doing Feminism : Putting Theory Into Everyday Practice (ebook)

Podcasts for Education

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Meditation Mondays

Wednesday, March 1st, 8:30am

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Every Monday in March will be be for meditation. We'll aim for at least 15 minutes of silent and uninterrupted meditation to start the week.