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Women's Legacy

The Women & Leadership Archives (WLA) collects, preserves, and makes available records of enduring value to researchers studying women's leadership activities.

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Artemisia after 40

Artemisa Gallery was a feminist cooperative art gallery in Chicago from 1973-2003. In its 30 years of operation, Artemisia played a role in the careers of the gallery's over 150 members. Artemesia after 40 showcases current works of some of these past members, including 20 women whose papers are held here at the WLA.

April 8th: Equal Pay Day

Recognized annually in April, Equal Pay Day calls attention to the wage gap that exists between men and women in the American workforce. Click here to learn more about this day and the different ways that individuals and organizations make their voices heard on this important issue.

Voices of Chicago Activist Women

In celebration of March as Women's History Month, the WLA and the Chicago Area Women's History Council presented "Voices of Chicago Women Activists" on Sunday, March 16th. Read more about the event here.

Herstory: Hear the Stories of Loyola's Phenomenal Female Leaders

In honor of Women's History Month, the Gannon Scholars hosted "Herstory: Hear the Stories of Loyola's Phenomenal Women Leaders" on March 11th. Click here to read more about the event.

Why is there an Angel on our webpage?

Curious as to why there is an angel on the side of our page? Click here to learn more!

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Women and Leadership Archives
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