Mission Statement: To provide a platform for women to share their stories, become empowered, and change our world.
Next Jane's Mic Night!
Hear Jane Roar is hosting their third Jane's Mic Night of 2018 on Thursday, May 17 at 7pm at Stone Village Church (139 E 2nd Ave, Columbus, OH 43201)! Free street parking is available on Summit and the side-streets near the church.
All are welcome at Jane's Mic Night + all you have to do is show-up to be a part of our movement. Women will tell their stories + guests will listen while eating snacks + drinking wine.
WOSU Broad and High featuring Hear Jane Roar!
Catch the next episode of WOSU's Broad and High program, which features highlights from our last Jane's Mic Night. It airs at 8pm Thursday, Feb. 15 on WOSU TV.
Janes are ROARING, and will ROAR again Saturday at the Women's March!
Thank you to our four wonderful speakers at our first mic night of 2018! We are honored you shared with us, and we are stronger for it. Thank you to the attendees for showing up. It's one of the most important things you can do.
On to The March. Janes going to The March are meeting in front of the Greek Orthodox Church at High and Goodale at 9:30 Saturday morning. Look for the Hear Jane Roar t-shirts.
Hear Jane Roar featured by Columbus Dispatch
On November 9, we celebrated our one year anniversary. We talked about how and why Hear Jane Roar started, where we've been and most importantly, where we are going. Joe Blundo from the Columbus Dispatch wrote an article after joining us that night. You can find it here:
"Hear Jane" Episode One
Hear Jane Roar featured by Columbus Alive!
Some of our founding members were interviewed for a piece for Columbus Alive! Check out the article link below. Hear Jane ROAR!
For those of us who want to attach a face to our story with the hope that we realize how alike we are no matter our color, age, origin, or the monetary suit we wear.
For those of us who would prefer to tell our stories with a bit of anonymity this one is for you.
For those of us who process the world better by the written word, write on without fear of judgment of punctuation and spelling.
Process the world visually? Then get a scrap of paper and have at it. We aren't looking for artists; we are looking for stories. And if you tell them best with paper, pen or paint, then draw on my friend.
How to filter through the quagmire called politics? Let us help you. We will try to keep you informed through our research on whom to support and how best to do that. Roaring!
Should I boycott everyone or no one? Boycott them for a week, for a month, for a year? Let us clear the field a bit by vetting companies that we want to stay away from and ones we want to reward with our patronage. Roaring!