PINKK & National Women's History Month 2021

PINKK Celebrates National Women's History Month
March 2021

During the month of March, we should all give a little extra attention to all of the amazing accomplishments of strong, determined women. Since 1987, the United States has formally recognized March as National Women’s History Month.
As we say in our PINKK message and support in our actions: "Every woman has a story to tell and gifts to share with the world".
So get ready, because this month is about honoring magnificent ladies, and we are ready to celebrate it to the fullest.

HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Put it in writing
  • Think of a woman you look up to and admire. She can be someone in your personal life or a public figure. Write her a letter describing the impact she has had on your life. Your thoughtful gesture is sure to be appreciated. SEND a story to PINKK about a women you want to celebrate so we can spotlight her in our PINKK on POINTS over the next few weeks. Send here: Submit PINKK stories here
Have a girl's lunch
  • Lunch, breakfast dinner—it doesn’t matter. Grab your granny, cousin Cheryl, or great-aunt Mimi and grab a bite to eat. Having the chance to spend some one-on-one time with the lovely ladies in your life is a great way to reconnect and remind them how much they mean to you. Who knows, she may even tell some interesting stories you’ve never heard before. We just LOVE storytelling and sharing! It can be virtual if you need but make sure to share with kindness!

Study up on women's history
  • There are some excellent museums dedicated entirely to the accomplishments of women. If you don’t happen to live near one of these places, many venues set up special exhibits during National Women’s History Month and again there are online options to inspire!

NETWORK with WOMEN that INSPIRE
  • JOIN us for our International Women's Day Celebration! Monday, March 8, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. CST What is better than one fabulous community of women coming together? TWO! Speed networking and thinktank break outs with new connections and kindness!
  • https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pinkk-networking-event-international-womens-day-celebration-tickets-141204934761

Dine Together. Talk Together.
Let’s Talk Parity. Power. Positive Collaboration
Celebrate International Women's Day with the Let's Talk Women of Chicago and Congresswoman Marie Newman. Seventeen of Chicago’s leading women restaurateurs invite you to a crafted surprise multi-restaurant tasting dinner with magical powerful courses for takeout across Chicago. This unique takeout dining experience is paired with a zoom conversation from 7-8 (after our networking event) with the Let’s Talk women restaurateurs of Chicago, moderated by Congresswoman Newman. To order click here: https://www.exploretock.com/letstalkdinetogetherchicago to preorder this meal. A link for the zoom conversation will follow by March 6th. The deadline to order is March 4th, 2021. Details and how to participate and support are here:
  • Press release Contact: Sarah Clark: sclark@thedearborntavern.com with more questions

LEARN: Women & the Power of Kindness in Changing HERstory: A PINKK Knowledge Tribute Event
Tuesday, MARCH 23, 5:00- 6:15 P.M. CST

Hear from the Creator & Founder of PINKK as she presents how women navigate and create positive change with the power of kindness and how YOU can do so too! Learn about some legendary women that made a dent in the world with their powerful kind leadership. FREE for members, $15 for guests.
  • SPONSORSHIP Packages available for this event: Promotional opps, Social Media recognition pre and day of and comp tickets. For info contact info@pinkknow.com



WHY NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IS IMPORTANT
We haven't given women their due attention
For many years, women weren’t acknowledged in historical texts. This isn’t because women weren’t in the midst of important discoveries or helping out with important conquests. It’s mainly because men wrote the majority of historical documents for thousands of years. In March, we dig deep to uncover many of the important roles women have played throughout history.

Women are inspirational
Learning about women who have stood up for their rights and fought for what they believe is fantastic motivation. We all have the power to influence the direction our world is headed in, and National Women’s History Month reminds us of that.

It recognizes the strength and power of women
It’s easy to get caught up in the grind of daily life, but this month is an excellent opportunity to put a spotlight on all of the major things women accomplish each and every day. From domestic chores and carrying babies to fighting wars and governing countries, women are pretty darn amazing.

NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH TIMELINE

2016
I'm with Her
Hillary Rodham Clinton is the first woman to be nominated for President by a major political party.

1983
Women Go to Infinity and Beyond
Sally Ride becomes the first woman in space.

1981
A Women's Place is in the Court
Sandra Day O’Connor is the first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court

1920
Women Win the Right to Vote
Women are granted the right to vote thanks to the 19th Amendment

WHAT will happen this March 2021???

MENTORING PROGRAM UPDATE:
We are delighted to announce that our PINKK Mentoring 2021 Program launched on 2/1. We are currently accepting applications for month of March!
The ongoing pandemic and recovery reinforces our very real need for kind leadership and to be there for our community during these challenging times. It also further supports the PINKK mission of women supporting women from all walks of life. It matters.

Knowledge and Kindness are two key tenets of PINKK that are needed now more than ever. We hope YOU can be a part of our community. 

Information is here in links and on website and happy to have our mentoring team leadership follow-up personally! We are open to young women ( college) and experienced women from all walks of life and match all up with curiosities and interests not just skill set!
We welcome all to apply!
 
MENTORING NEWSLETTER: https://conta.cc/2LhJ1uS
 You can have all return applications and forms to this e-mail or info@pinkknow.com or Pinkkmentoring@gmail.com

We are currently accepting applications NOW! 

With kindness and powerful resilience,
Athena and the PINKK community

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STORY TELLING and KINDNESS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD!
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FLYING BY THE SEATS OF THEIR SKIRTS
 
Have you wondered how your personal story can affect and inspire others? Flying by the Seats of Their Skirts is a collection of stories from real women that do just that. Inspire someone new this year!

MONTHLY Memberships are now available on line.
GROUP and Corporate membership at discounted rates for three or more available NOW!
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