HERstory: Women's History Month


San Francisco Public Library presents HERstory, our celebration of Women’s History Month, as we honor and acknowledge the contributions of women and the unique experience of being female today. The Library frequently champions women as writers, artists, and intellects, and, now with the re-energizing of the women’s movement, is offering a month-long celebration of women through a diverse array of lectures, films and participatory and performance programs for all ages at every library location.

With HERstory, we invite everyone—female, male, and non-binary—to join us in celebration of women leaders, inventors, artists, mothers, daughters, sisters, and human beings, and to enjoy the many performances and interactive women-led and focused events.

Exhibit: Immigrant Girl, Radical Woman Through Sunday, May 19, 2019 Main Library, Skylight Gallery Exhibit Area



Miriam Klein Stahl

Thank you to Miriam Klein Stahl for contributing her artwork to our HERstory publicity. Artist Miriam Klein Stahl and author Kate Schatz are the awe-inspiring women behind the New York Times best-selling books Rad American Women A to Z, Rad Women Worldwide and Rad Girls Can.