SPRING HIGHLIGHTS

Our 2018-2019 Lecture Series: ON MISOGYNY continues!

Decolonizing Feminism: Indigenous Bodies, Indigenous Lands Workshop

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February 27, 2019
4:00 - 6:00 pm
107 Capen Hall (Honors College, inside Silverman Library), UB North Campus

This workshop and talk with artist-scholar Jodi Lynn Maracle will explore personal, institutional, and pop culture relationships to western feminism.

Jodi Lynn Maracle is Kanien’keha:ka mother, artist and scholar whose work centers the creative resistance and decolonial practices of Haudenosaunee queer and non-binary people and Haudenosaunee women in the forms of material production, birth practices, language resurgence and place making.

2019 NYS Council of Women and Girls Poster
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Pre-registration requested: www.bit.ly/2019womensagenda

Featuring:

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul
Kelli Owens, Director of NYS Women’s Affairs
Monique Owens, Empire State Fellow for Women’s Affairs
Karen L. King, PhD, Executive Director
Erie County Commission on the Status of Women

The University at Buffalo is proud to welcome members of the New York State Council on Women and Girls to campus as they present the 2019 Women’s Agenda, which focuses on advancing equality and promoting opportunity for women and girls in health, safety, and the workplace. Established by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, the Council seeks to recognize and advance women’s rights within our state, and focuses on nine areas of impact: Education, Economic Opportunity, Workforce Equity, Leadership, Health Care, Child Care, Safety, STEM, and Intersectionality.

For the full schedule of our spring 2019 events, take a look at our Spring Newsletter. Look for hard copies in mailboxes as the semester gets underway!