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Close Encounters of the Feminist Kind

THE Christian Hosam ’15 writes in

Interested in questions of feminist solidarity? Cross- racial feminisms? Women of color in higher education? Beyonce?

This event is for you!

On Friday, the Student of Color Coalition in collaboration with a number of departments will be putting on Close Encounters of the Feminist Kind: Representations of Contemporary Feminism(s)

This day-long mini conference is designed to engage students and faculty in innovating and intriguing conversations about feminism, race, and nationalism.

The schedule for the day is as follows:

Student of Color Coalition (SCC) Position

Want to positively contribute to the Student of Color community?
Want to get involved in Student Of Color issues on campus?
Then apply to be the Student Of Color Coalition (SCC) intern!

The SCC Intern provides peer assistance and support to Wesleyan’s various multicultural/ethnic organizations. In particular, the Intern offers advocacy and support to student organizations and works to build bridges between different identity groups. The Intern also co-chairs the Student of Color Coalition (SCC), a group intended to bring together different student leaders of color in one space to share resources and promote dialogue. The SCC Intern is a member of the Dean of the College Diversity Organizing Interns.

  • Application Deadline is this Thursday, March 31st
  • For more info, click here.