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Upcoming Events

  • The Politics of Intersectionality

    The Politics of Intersectionality


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    Join us for this panel of faculty from the Department of Women's and Gender Studies as they discuss questions around "intersectionality" in our field and beyond.
  • Weaving the Maps

    Weaving the Maps


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    Based on narratives that Isis Nusair and Laila Farah gathered from Palestinian, Iraqi and Syrian refugee women, this performance describes processes of veiling and unveiling of Orientalist narratives about the "other."
  • Native Country of the Heart

    Native Country of the Heart


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    In this literary, political and contemplative memoir, Cherríe Moraga revisits the sore spots of her past in the definitive effort to make peace with them; to understand as she writes, “within the context of [her] ethnicity and culture, what Mexican & American/Indian & Catholic/rape & racism had to do with sexual desire and a contrary gender.”
  • Dandelions in the Concrete

    Dandelions in the Concrete


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    Dandelions in the Concrete is our quarterly community-building event. Join us there for a night of celebration, community, healing, art, storytelling, and food. All are welcome!
  • Before We Call Out

    Before We Call Out


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    This event brings together five storytellers of diverse identities and backgrounds for critical reflections on their complicity in dynamics of oppression and privilege as they pose the question, “What does taking accountability for harm look like?”
  • Spring Book Club

    Spring Book Club


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    Join us for a discussion of Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha’s book Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice. Coffee, tea, and snacks provided!
  • Support Circle

    Support Circles


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    If you’ve been impacted by sexual violence, directly or indirectly, and would like to join with others for mutual support, community, and solidarity, please join our weekly support circles!

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