Don’t Ms.: International Anti-Street Harassment Day, Liz Phair on Changing the Music Industry and More!

Everywhere: Take part in the First Annual International Anti-Street Harassment Day, March 20! Everyone can participate and help break the silence about street harassment.

Get inspired by From Violence to Empowerment: Combating Domestic Violence In Your Community–an interactive webinar. March 17

New York: See the last week of Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk’s “Curious Sanctuary”. Van Ouwerkerk’s work explores the boundaries of the private and public in women’s lives. Closes March 19.

And then see the first week of ARRIVALS/DEPARTURES: Women’s Experience of Migration Under Globalization featuring eleven visual artists, one performance artist, one filmmaker and one writer. Opening reception March 17.

Arkadelphia, Ark.: Catch the Guerrilla Girls on tour with their show “Feminists are Funny”–more dates on their website. March 15, 7 p.m. @ Arkansas Hall.

San Diego: The film Precious Knowledge–an account of Tuscon High school students battling to save Ethnic Studies classes–will premiere at the San Diego Latino Film Festival. March 18, 7:30 p.m.

Austin, Texas: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will moderate a panel at the SXSW Music Festival entitled A Woman’s Work: Changing the Music Industry. Panelists include Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson, 90’s singer/songwriter icon Liz Phair, and Maggie Vail, Vice President of Kill Rock Stars (home of the best of riot grrrl!) March 18, 2 p.m.

If you know of any events this week, post them in the comments. If you have an upcoming event to feature, you can email me at

Image of Wanda Jackson from Wikimedia.


Dahlia Grossman-Heinze is a feminist, an avid viewer of every Real Housewives series and very into Britney Spears.