The sixth annual Women’s Week, geared toward celebrating women and their accomplishments and continued struggles, will be held from March 9 through March 13 on the Adams State University campus. The events are planned and organized by a committee of students, faculty, and staff and led by Mari Centeno, Ph.D. professor of political science.

Here is a list of activities:

Sunday, March 8

International Women’s Day Coffee Shop Hop
10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Roast, 420 San Juan
10 a.m. until close at the Alamosa stand-alone Starbucks

Tuesday, March 10

Male Advocates and Allies
Michael Stewart and ASU Male Advocates for Gender Equity Group
12 p.m.
McDaniel Hall 101

Open Mic Night
Gender-themed talent
7 p.m.
CoRE Center, located in the Student Union Building north end.

Wednesday, March 11

Feminist Archaeology: Finding Women in the Past
Caroline Gabe, Ph.D. anthropologist
12 p.m.
McDaniel Hall room 101
Lunch provided

Film and discussion
Iron Jawed Angels
6 p.m.
Art Building room 227

Thursday, March 12

The National Popular Vote
Presentation by Sylvia Bernstein, League of Women Voters
7 p.m.
McDaniel Hall room 101

Friday, March 13

Women and the Vote
Natasha Liebig, Ph.D. and Mari Centeno, Ph.D.
12 p.m.
La Mesa Dining Hal
Lunch provided

Happy Hour and Game Night
5 p.m.
Square Peg Brewerks
One dollar of each beer donated to Tu Casa

An additional activity for Women’s Week is “A Wall of Shame,” which will be built from bricks inscribed with words used to demean or hurt individuals. At the end of the week, the wall will be torn down in an act of solidarity and empowerment. All campus and community members are invited to paint a brick throughout the week near the Japanese/American Memorial Garden, and then gather at 1 p.m. Friday, March 13 to tear the wall down.