Food for Thought: Witness for Peace - Social Movements Amid Conflict in Colombia

Thursday October 5, 2017

Green Bay Campus Lecture Hall, SC132

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Feed your body. Feed your mind.  Students receive a FREE lunch while attending!

Olga Patricia Llano Obando discusses what it’s like to be a woman, a lesbian, and poor in a country like Colombia. A country that is a product of policies established by the global dominant class, and in particular her city of Medellin: an impoverished, lesbophobic, and militarized territory.

Students receive a FREE lunch while attending, just present your student photo i.d.
- while supplies last

2017-2018 Food for Thought Series  |  Free and Open to the public. Carry-in lunches welcome.

Thursday, October 5  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Witness for Peace - Social Movements Amid Conflict in Colombia
Thursday, October 26  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Nothing Queer About It
Tuesday, November 14  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
I am Farmer 
Thursday, February 8  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Culture of Consent (Title IX) 
Tuesday, March 13  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Women’s History, “A Long Way To Go!”  presented by Will & Company