Report from the Front Lines: Gender, Sexuality and Immigration Reform, April 16

Report from the Front Lines: Gender, Sexuality and Immigration Reform, Wednesday, April 16, 7:30 pm, Weinstein Auditorium.

Spring 2014 Events

Date & Time Event & Location
Wed., April 16
7:30 pm
Report from the Front Lines: Gender, Sexuality and Immigration Reform
Weinstein Auditorium - more info
Wed., March 5
12-1 pm
No gender, no justice: What's a feminist archives to do?
Neilson Library Browsing Room - lunch provided for the first 30.
Tues., Feb. 25
12-1 pm
What's this about an activist archives?
Neilson Library Browsing Room - lunch provided for the first 30.

Report from the Front Lines: Gender, Sexuality and Immigration Reform, April 16

Marielena Hincapié of the National Immigration Law Center and Miriam Yeung of the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum consider the uses and abuses of history and memory and the role of gender in today's struggles around citizenship status and the sustainability of immigrant communities. For more information, please see the SSC website.

No gender, no justice: What's a feminist archives to do? March 5

How can the Sophia Smith Collection's wealth of evidence of women's experiences and ideas become a resource for social change? What programs can we imagine that bring college students and community organizers together toward this goal? Where are the models? Come and learn about movement groups, curriculum initiatives, and archival projects that are training the leaders of tomorrow in the values and practices of social justice feminism.

What's this about an activist archives? Feb. 25

Join us in welcoming Sara Gould, spring 2014 activist-in-residence at the Sophia Smith Collection, as we open a series of discussions exploring the archives' potential to promote social justice by linking campus to community and weaving women's life stories into strategies for change. 

Contact

Ellice Amanna
eamanna@smith.edu