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   from the issue of February 26, 2004

UNL Women’s Center Celebrates Women’s Week, March 1–6

The UNL Women’s Center is collaborating with many other organizations to celebrate Women’s Week from March 1-6. Activities are scheduled throughout the week that focus on this year’s theme, “Everyday Activism.” The theme was chosen to highlight the importance of part-time activism and the impact that small daily acts can have.

A weeklong exhibit in the Rotunda Gallery of the Nebraska Union features past and present UNL students, faculty and staff whose efforts in a variety of fields have shaped our community and the world. Participants will also be given suggestions on how to become an activist through small changes.

UNL’s radio station, KRNU 90.3 FM, will spotlight activism throughout the week with an “Activist Minute.” Each day, a nationally known activist and a UNL student will be recognized for their commitment to making change. The spots will include suggested small changes that listeners can make to start thinking of themselves as everyday activists.

Women’s Week is a series of events held the first week of March to celebrate women’s accomplishments and recognize the struggles women face. For more information on other events for the week, stop by the Women’s Center at 340 Nebraska Union, call 472-2597 or visit



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