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We highlight the works of Vermonters this Women's History Month

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March 6, 2019

RETN recognizes the leadership, scholarship, creativity, and hard work of Vermonters this Women's History Month. Watch Channel 16 and BTV-HD 216 Tuesdays in March to see videos by and about the accomplishments of women in Vermont, or scroll down to see our selection below.

Women's History Month Highlights

Airing throughout March on Tuesdays and Saturdays starting at 8 PM

  • Female Founders

    Featuring female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up.
    8:00 PM, weekly

  • Factory Girls: How Women Came to the Workplace

    St. Michael's College Professor Susan Ouellette leads a discussion about the subject matter behind the book "Bread and Roses, Too" by American novelist Katherine Paterson.
    9:30 PM, 3/12

  • Emily Bernard: Black is the Body

    Emily Bernard's highly acclaimed memoir (of sorts) explores race and identity through twelve deeply personal essays.
    9:30 PM, 3/26

  • The Impossible Ideal: Victorian Fashion and Femininity

    This episode of RETN's award-winning series ON VIEW goes behind the scenes at a recent Fleming Museum exhibit with curator Andrea Rosen.
    10 PM, 3/19

  • SHORTS Segments

    Short-format content featuring female presenters and producers. Including selections from PechaKucha Night Burlington, music videos, Freedom & Unity Youth Video contest, and more.
    10:30 PM, weekly

  • RocketShop LIVE at ArtsRiot

    Featuring full-length concerts from Emma Cook, Francesca Blanchard, and Ivamae.
    11 PM weekly on BTV-HD 216 only

Women's History Month Videos