April 10, 2015
12:00 - 1:15pm EST
There are 8 spots max. available for this PSN Video Chat. To participate, register via EventBrite using the button below. We ask participants to make a sliding scale donation of $3-$10 to reserve your spot. Groundswell members participate for free. Click here to join Groundswell and get your PSN "promo" code.
Oral historians and other storytellers focusing on feminism and gender justice come together to talk about our work and ways in which we can learn from each other. In this talk, you can share your experiences on working with narratives to advance feminism and strategize with colleagues on best practices. Participants that do not have a project focusing on gender justice can learn ways to incorporate a feminist understanding into their work.
Co-facilitators Maggie Lemere and Cindy Choung are collaborating on Wild Women: Stories from Women on the Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, an oral history miniseries for young kids to be inspired by women in the wildlife sciences.
Photo credit: Oscar Alvarado 2010 AP Peace Fellow, Toronto, Canada (June 2010), https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/legalcode