ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer proclaimed the month of March as Women’s History Month in the city of Orlando Tuesday, showing what the city said was its commitment to a more equal community.
The city said Women’s History Month is observed throughout the country during March as a way to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women in American history.
The National Women’s History Alliance chose this year’s Women’s History Month theme as “Women providing healing, promoting hope.” According to the organization, this theme will honor caregivers and frontline workers through the pandemic.
News 6 will cover Women’s History Month events and highlight females who have made an impact throughout the month, broadcasted on the air and published on ClickOrlando. For the full coverage, click here.
Women's History Month gets underway today. As our community recognizes the month, we also reaffirm our commitment to continuing to work together to create an environment that advances opportunities for women to achieve their dreams. pic.twitter.com/Pdea6ypmhW— Mayor Buddy Dyer (@orlandomayor) March 1, 2022