Welcome to the I Believe Anita Hill Party
The 24th Annual Anita Hill Party
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
5:30 until 8 p.m.
701 Whaley Street, Columbia, South Carolina.
Don't miss it!
This is the official website of the Annual I Believe Anita Hill Party. This annual celebration serves to remind us of the power of women and men working together and the importance of remaining vigilant to sexual harassment in the workplace. The I Believe Anita Hill Party is the longest recurring annual remembrance of the 1991 US Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings in the nation or world.
Help Build the Anita Hill Party Archive!
Material is being collected by a History Committee chaired by USC History professor Marjorie Spruill and will be donated to the South Carolina Political Collections (SCPC) at the USC Library. Contributions include items such as clippings, photos, invitations, and even written accounts of your memories. Email a member of the history committee if interested! Find out more information about the achieve here.
Why is the AHP still necessary?
Twenty-four years after the 1991 hearings, a new generation of people who don't know the history of the problems they will confront. The issues of equality we address are centuries old. AHP hosts seek to bring the voices of many together to ensure decades progress continue. Read more reasons why the AHP is still necessary here.
Professor Anita Hill Today
Nearly 25 years after her historic testimony before the US Senate Judiciary Committee in US Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Anita Hill is a professor of law, an author and practicing attorney. She continues to speak the truth, sharing her story and fighting gender equality.