Feminist author to speak
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Daisy Hernandez, an award-winning feminist author and journalist, will present �Feminism in Our Everyday Lives� Wednesday, March 3 in the Ritsche Auditorium.
Daisy Hernandez, an award-winning feminist author and journalist, will present “Feminism in Our Everyday Lives” 6 p.m. March 3 in the Ritsche Auditorium.
The presentation is in celebration of National Women’s History Month. View the event poster (PDF).
Hernandez is a personal essayist and co-editor of “Colonize This! Young Women on Today’s Feminism.” She focuses on race, gender, sexuality and other issues affecting young women of color.
Hernandez was recently nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for her article "Becoming a Black Man,” a story dealing with how people's lives are affected, in terms of race, when they transition.
The event is free and open to all.
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The Women's Center promotes a safe, inclusive and engaged community through advocacy, education, alliance-building and women's leadership with passion and purpose to end sexist oppression.
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Multicultural Student Services is dedicated to meet the needs of students of color at St. Cloud State. Their goal is to provide comprehensive services including academic assistance, personal development and multicultural programming.
The Women’s Studies Program offers a unique combination of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary study that prepares students for numerous career paths.
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