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Chanting “W-O-M-E-N” as they walked, the Women’s Coordinating Council (WCC) held the Stiletto Stampede on Monday, March 15, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Men and women walked from the University Center Plaza to the Pedestrian Walkway in celebration of the courageous women who broke barriers in our society.
In this video, WCC member Leigh Schlactus talks about why the event was important to her.
For more information about events during HERstory month, e-mail the WCC at firstname.lastname@example.org.