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Women's History Month 2016 Print Page


A list of events currently at the San Antonio Public Library that may be of interest to women.

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Women's History Month

Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service & Government


Texas Women of Influence 2016

The San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) will host Texas Women of Influence on Tuesday, March 29 in the Central Library Auditorium at 6:30pm.

The panel discussion will feature local San Antonio female leaders:

Mayor Ivy R. Taylor

City Manager Sheryl Sculley 

Hope Andrade, VIA Trustee and former Texas Secretary of State

Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson, A&M San Antonio President

Terri Williams, Director of the UTSA Institute for Economic Development Small Business Development Center

Each panelist will field questions about her career, and what challenges she has faced as a professional woman.  Texas Public Radio personality Eileen Pace will serve as the moderator of the panel.


March Is Women's History Month

The San Antonio Public Library is committed to providing access to information that celebrates the community's diversity. March is when many other educational, social, and academic organziations join together in a national observance of  Women's History Month.


The following guides are resources especially selected by the librarians that demonstrate the impact othat women have on our culture, society, history, and city.



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