Stuck at the Intercestion: Can feminism survive the traffic?

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October 23 at 7:00 pm
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Rebecca Walker
STUCK AT THE INTERSECTION:
CAN FEMINISM SURVIVE THE TRAFFIC?

Feminism continues to grapple with how to build a truly cohesive movement. Is it realistic (or fair) to ask women to abandon one aspect of their identity in the service of another? Does gender always have to trump tribe? Is the promise of an intersectional approach to the women’s movement impossible to realize? Rebecca Walker explores the possibility of a transformational Feminism that honors ideological difference without abandoning solidarity.

OCT. 23, 2018 • 7 P.M.
MARY D’ANGELO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
MERCYHURST UNIVERSITY

Free and open to the public, but tickets are required.
*Tickets available beginning October 8.
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This event is being gifted in memory of Charlene M. Tanner by her loving partner Doris Cipolla. Because of their shared interests in social justice, peace and the environment, it is hoped that this program will inspire others to help create a healing environment for the world.

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