Exhibition inspired by http://whoneedsfeminism.tumblr.com/
Refreshments will be served!
How do elections make a difference? What is at stake this year? How can we make our voices heard? The evening of the first presidential debate, the Women, Gender & Sexuality Department at Boston University will be hosting a panel discussion to address these questions, break for refreshments, and watch the debate. This event is FREE, open to the public, and cosponsored by the Center for Gender, Sexuality & Activism!
Speakers will include Dr. Denise Baer, the Director of the BU Washington, D.C. Academic CEnter; Sarah Sullivan, BU Alumna, White House Analyst and founding member of the former Women’s Resource Center (now the CGSA); and Whitney Taylor, Field Director at American Civil Liberties Union of MA.
The event will take place in COM101 this upcoming Wednesday, October 3rd 6:30pm. Any questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
Come down to the GSU basement and check out The Center!
Here are some happenings this week:
Tuesday:Voices for Choice (VOX) @5:15
Wednesday: Leadership Meeting (all welcome!) @5
Friday: Free Bagel Friday (all day) and Queer Activist Collective @5
The CGSA is having its last volunteer training of the semester on Tuesday! We are a completely volunteer run space, and would not be able to stay open without the help of our wonderful volunteers. Volunteer training includes an introduction to the space, and a crash course on all the wonderful things CGSA volunteers do. Facebook Event
Training starts at 6:30, in the CGSA, located in the basement of the GSA, near the Terrier Card office