Eliminating Racism AND Empowering Women?
March 24, 2020
12:00-1:30 PM Indiana Institute of Technology
Seitz Conference Center (2nd floor) of the Andorfer Commons Building
1600 E. Washington Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46803
Attendees can park in any C designated lots. View a campus map here.
Lunch is available for purchase beforehand in the cafeteria. Plan to arrive early if you want to buy lunch. Menu is updated weekly and can be viewed here the week of the event.
In this Dialogue, we will be discussing the concept of intersectional approaches to women’s equality work. Our panel members will lead discussions on the impact that race and other identities may have on how equity efforts are approached. We will explore the emergence of thriving communities when women's equality efforts are the grassroots expression of trusting, diverse relationships.
Emily Guerrero, Director of LatinX Arts
Condra Ridley, Community builder, historian & storyteller
Daylana Saunders, Educator & community advocate
In facilitation with Kimberly Koczan, Wisdom's Well Center, The Poor People’s Campaign