DMSA Community Conversation
Women of Color in Feminist Movements: Past, Present & Future
Feminism is often presented or understood as primarily a white women's movement. But this not the case. Women of Color have been resisting violence since the colonization of the Americas when Indigenous women fought for self-determination of their peoples. Join us for this Women's History Month workshop to learn how women of color have led the way in advancing a feminist politics that aims to end violence in all its forms. This workshop will be facilitated by associate professor Shireen Roshanravan.
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
3:00pm to 4:00pm
Morris Family Multicultural Student Center-ONEOK Room
Zoom Virtual Option: https://ksu.zoom.us/j/93887102943