In Conversation with Tarana Burke, Founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement and advocate for survivors of sexual violence
Thursday, Feb 04, 2021 - Thursday, Feb 04, 2021 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Join UC Berkeley Gender Equity Resource Center & Friends
to commemorate 150 years of women (150W) being accepted to the University of California
In Conversation with Tarana Burke
Founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement and advocate for survivors of sexual violence
Zoom Webinar: Please register at https://tinyurl.com/UCTarana to receive a personalized link to join (please do not share your link).
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This exciting event will consist of a moderated discussion and audience Q&A. Moderator, Melissa Charles (she, her), Assistant Director, African American Student Development will begin the conversation with the impact of the pandemic on sexual and relationship violence and move into ways we can transform our communities into inclusive spaces and what actions we take to focus on individual, as well as, community healing. This is a free online event. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions after a moderated question and answer dialogue. Please submit questions in advance by going to https://tinyurl.com/
Free and open to all!
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Centers for Educational Justice and Community Engagement (EJCE) comprised of African American Student Development (AASD), Asian Pacific American Student Development (APASD), Chicanx Latinx Student Development (CLSD), Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq), Multicultural Community Center (MCC), Native American Student Development (NASD), and the Center for Race & Gender (CRG)
UC Berkeley Advancing Practice, ASUC Sexual Violence Commission, ASUC Office of the President, California Alumni Association, Center for Race and Gender (CRG), Faculty and Departmental Diversity Initiatives, Gender & Women’s Studies (GWS), Graduate Assembly’s Graduate Women’s Project (GWP), Sexual Orientation & Gender Advocacy (SOGA) Project, and Women of Color Initiative (WOCI), Graduate Division, Multicultural Education Program (MEP), Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellors & Dean of Students, Office of Graduate Diversity (OGD), Office of Undergraduate Admissions, PATH to Care Center, University Health Services (UHS)
UC Davis Women’s Resources and Research Center, UC Riverside Women’s Resource Center, UC Santa Barbara Women’s Center, UC San Diego Women’s Resource Center