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Activism, Intersectionality, and Agency in the Era of Me Too

by Kenyette Barnes

Virtual eventActivism, Intersectionality, and Agency in the Era of Me Too, followed by Q&A. 

October 19, 2020 | 6 p.m. event with Q&A | 7:30 p.m. virtual reception with limited capacity

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Activism, Intersectionality, and Agency in the Era of Me Too, provides a blueprint for emerging feminist activists to transform their personal trauma, gender & intersectionality oppression into effective activism.

Kenyette Tisha Barnes is a political strategist and National Co-Founder of #MuteRKelly, and public speaker known for her legislative work includes lobbying for HIV advocacy, anti-human trafficking, domestic violence, post-partum depression, special education and voter’s rights. Her topic, Activism, Intersectionality, and Agency in the Era of Me Too, provides a blueprint for emerging feminist activists to transform their personal trauma, gender & intersectionality oppression into effective activism. 

When

  • 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19

Where

Online

Contact

For questions about this event or to request disability accommodations , contact Heather Dutcher at 608.785.5487 or hdutcher@uwlax.edu.

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