Food for Thought Series

Thursday, October 5, 2017  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Witness for Peace - Social Movements Amid Conflict in Colombia
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. 
Thursday, October 26, 2017  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Nothing Queer About It
Fifty years ago the modern gay movement erupted at the Stonewall Inn, and the catalyst to that riot, transgender activist Sylvia Rivera, marched in the first gay pride parade. What’s next for our brothers and sisters? Nothing Queer About It portrays the harsh struggles endured by the LGBTQIAA communities. Presented by Will & Company    Theatre for Social Change 
Tuesday, November 14, 2017  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
I am Farmer  
Local author Miranda Paul shares the story behind her book about Farmer Tantoh, a grassroots environmentalist from Cameroon, Africa.
Thursday, February 8, 2018  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Culture of Consent (Title IX)  
A keynote performance that blends storytelling and spoken-word poetry into a movement to end sexual violence.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018  |  11:30am  |  SC132, Lecture Hall
Women’s History, “A Long Way To Go!”   
Created for Women’s History Month, A Long Way To Go explores the issues that American women are forced to battle against solely on the basis of their gender. Presented by Will & Company   Theatre for Social Change 

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