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Women's History Month: Translating the F-Word:Defining Feminism in a Multicultural Society

Today's Women's History Tidbit:
1964: Speed Skater Bonnie Blair is born in Cornwall, NY. She will compete in three Winter Olympics, winning five gold medals and a bronze.*



TONIGHT!! 

Come on out and discuss feminism with us!


This panel discussion will examine feminism through the lens of race, class, gender, and sexuality, discussing both their work and their personal experiences.

Panelist will include:

Siobhan Brooks, Postdoctoral Fellow of Gender Studies at Lawrence University.

Courtney Martin, award-winning author of Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters.





* Source: 2010 Women Who Dare Engagement Calendar from the Library of Congress

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