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Astound Broadband Celebrates Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, join us in celebrating the achievements, contributions and resilience of women in every aspect of society; from challenging the status quo to speaking up for equality and dedicating their lives to changing our communities.

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Explore Women’s History Month through Film and TV

Dive into these shows, movies and documentaries that encapsulate the essence of womanhood.

TV’s Fierce Women

TV’s Fierce Women

Dive into these shows, movies and documentaries that encapsulate the essence of womanhood.

  • Black Cake (Hulu) – After the death of their mother, Byron and Benny uncover the truth about her past life in the Caribbean.
  • The Gilded Age (Max) – Follow the journey of a young woman who must decide whether to follow the established rules of society or forge her own path.
  • Sweet Magnolias (Netflix) – Childhood friends support each other as they navigate the challenges of love, life and family.
  • Not Dead Yet (Hulu) – Looking for a restart in her life and career, Nell lands a job writing obituaries, where she starts getting life advice from an unlikely source.
  • Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (Netflix) – After begrudgingly accepting a marriage proposal, Charlotte experiences a love story that transforms high society.
  • The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart (Prime Video) – When her parents die in a mysterious fire, Alice is sent to live with her grandmother and uncovers family secrets.
Women’s Empowerment Movies

Women’s Empowerment Movies

Stream these films featuring strong woman leads.

  • The Barbie Movie (Max) – Barbie must travel to the real world after her perfect life in Barbie Land begins to lose its glitz and glam.
  • Boston Strangler (Hulu) – Based on a true story, two women reporters challenge the status quo and expose the city’s most notorious serial killer.
  • She Said (Prime Video) – Two journalists publish a risky report that exposes allegations against Hollywood’s most powerful producer.
  • The United States vs. Billie Holiday (Hulu) – When the singer uses her voice to propel the civil rights movement, she becomes a target of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics.
Inspiring Stories of Groundbreaking Women

Inspiring Stories of Groundbreaking Women

Be inspired by the stories of these women who challenged expectations.

  • Judy Blume Forever (Prime Video) – Through her writings, Judy transformed the way a generation of young teens saw themselves and what it means to grow up.
  • The Lady Bird Diaries (Hulu) – Through audio from her diary, learn about the life of one of the most influential First Ladies.
  • LFG (Max) – The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team fights to get paid for what they love and the recognition they bring to the sport.
  • The Martha Mitchell Effect (Netflix) – Despite the administration’s campaign to silence her, Martha threatened to expose what really happened during Watergate.
  • Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields (Hulu) – World-renowned supermodel and actress Brooke Shields shares her story from a young girl to a woman discovering her power.
  • Tina (Max) – Get an intimate look into the personal life and career of the Queen of Rock and Roll.

Women Who Inspire

From activism to the arts to science, learn about these trailblazers who changed society.

Beverly Cleary – A pioneer in children’s literature, Cleary spent over half a century writing stories that allowed kids to be themselves.

Mae Jemison – After watching Star Trek, Mae was determined to make it into space. Reaching for the stars, she became the first African American woman to travel in space.

Nina Simone – Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon, “Nina” was a classically trained pianist, who used her voice to express frustration during the civil rights movement.

Alice Wong – Born with spinal muscular atrophy, Wong built her career in disability advocacy. She was appointed to the National Council on Disability and founded the Disability Visibility Project.

Malala Yousafzai – From a young age, Malala has been advocating for women’s and girls’ rights; founding the Malala Fund and becoming the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient.

Learn about Women’s History Month

Learn about Women’s History Month

Follow these resources to learn more about Women’s History Month and the invaluable contributions made by women.

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