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Art History of Feminism with Joanne Carrubba
March 7, 12:30pm - 1:30pm in the Social Justice and Equity Center, OC 3445
This workshop will focus on the reframing of art history through the rise of Feminist theory. We will look at artists that have been re-examined from a feminist perspective from previous eras, as well as contemporary artists who work from a feminist perspective. We will also discuss the tendency of feminism to silence voices of artists of color, and their refusal to be ignored.
Black Feminist Thought with Shawntae Mitchum
March 12, 1pm - 2pm in Aztlan A & B, Building 3400
What is Black Feminism? Who can be a feminist? Learn about Black feminist thought and how it can be used to raise consciousness and empowerment in the Black community.
Menstrual Hygiene Product Drive (ongoing)
Social Justice and Equity Center Intern Gigi Lamb is organizing a Menstrual Hygiene Drive to give our students free and easy access to menstrual hygiene products. The products collected from the drive will be made readily available for students who come in the Social Justice and Equity Center, looking for hygiene products.
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Student Services Coordinator
History and Heritage Months are a service of the Department of Student Equity. For general inquiries about all Student Equity programs and services, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our main office at 760.757.2121 x6900.