- Race, Gender and Intersectionality in Social Movements
- Words that Harm
- The Complexities of Allyship
There will be refreshments!
Date: Friday, February 12
Time: 12-5–come and go as you can!
Place: Russell House
From the incredible Rajaa Elidrissi ’16:
Come join us for our first meeting of the year!
Our group’s goal is to create a comfortable and safe space for people who identify as Middle Eastern, Arab, Persian, Turkish, and etc. We also want members that do not identify as Middle Eastern, but who are interested in learning more about the region and its people to participate as well. We want to provide a view of the region that is not tarnished by western media. Topics of discussion will include identity, religion, intersectionality, feminism, media perceptions, gender roles, and etc.
We are also part of the Student of Color Coalition and we want to collaborate with as many SOC groups as possible this year!
Date: Wednesday, September 23
Place: Usdan 108
Come to the first combined interest meeting of the Feminist Art and Thought Collective, Project Not Asking For It, and the Feminist Underground. We will introduce our interconnected groups, discuss our fall meeting schedule, and open up the floor to discuss our concerns regarding discrimination, sexual assault, police brutality, trans* rights and how we can work in a conscious and coordinated to improve our community. With everyone’s help, we will develop feminist action plans for the near future, i.e. the board of trustees meeting this weekend.
Date: Monday, Sep 15
Where: Allbritton 311
Almost three years ago exactly, I showed up to my first Eclectic concert, as a wide-eyed, naive pre-frosh, a total stranger to the “college music scene.” There was loud, thrashy music coming from the ballroom, where a small crowd was gathered. While dancing wildly around with all these strange older cool college kids, I thought to myself, “Wow! I am actually doing this. I am a skinny, lanky dude moshing! And it feels great! And I should totally come here and do this more!” And the rest was, as they say, history.