Tuesday, March 4th, 7pm, Reese Hall: Always A Woman’s Choice?
Feature film (featuring CHER!) following the plights of 3 different women and their experiences with abortion, to be shown and discussion with members of FMLA. We’ll also have refreshments!
Wednesday March 5th, 7pm, Women’s Center: “Feminism:Debunking the Myths”
Panel discussion with Professors Tamar Beauboeuf, Mona Bhan and Rich Cameron. Come discuss with us as we try to understand what is really means to be a feminist today. Free Refreshments!
Thursday, March 6th, 5-7pm, Women’s Center: Taco Thursday-”Women, Race, Class, & Gender and the Politics of Identity
This event will feature discussion on the realities of womens lives, as race, class, and gender, intersect in a myriad of ways to shape women’s lives, and thus how they come to identify themselves, and resist forms of oppression through navigating complex cultural, class, race, and gender matrixes. Poetry readings are welcome, and there will be selected
works from various feminist authors and their words on feminism(s) to stimulate dialogue in realization that women are different, but that those differences can be destructive, can also be beautiful and the very source of women’s liberation. All women, and male allies, as well as those in opposition are welcome. Free dinner (vegan!) included!
Friday & Saturday March 7th & 8th, 7pm, MeHarry Hall: Vagina Monologues, $5
Stop by our table before and after the show to petition for the International Violence Against Women Act and learn more.
Saturday March 8th, 10am-Noon, UB Ballroom: Your Vagina & You
Women’s Health & Advocacy Workshop: Will feature talks by Rebecca Alton from the Wellness Center on Women’s Health as well as a talk by Professor of Anthropology Rebecca Upton on her work on HIV/AIDS in Botswana. Plus stick around for an advocacy workshop put on by Amnesty International.