Constitution Day - Women’s Rights in the Age of Gender Inequity, MeToo, and Trump

September 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
@ 9:00 pm

On September 20, the ACLU of Maryland and the Maryland Institute College of Art will co-host the annual Constitution Day symposium, a unique intersectional, interdisciplinary panel discussion on “Women’s Rights in the Age of Gender Inequity, MeToo, and Trump.” 

Our speakers include:

Mónica Ramírez: activist leader and lawyer working to overcome gender-based violence, particularly on behalf of Latinas and farmworkers

Kalima Young: lecturer at Towson University and Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at University of Maryland College Park whose work explores the impact of race and gender-based trauma

Carolee Scheeman: artist whose work explores gender, sexuality, and the human body

Dr. Sheri Parks (as moderator): Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at MICA, professor of American Studies, and long-time radio host on WYPR

Tickets are FREE, but you must RSVP. Contact Meredith Curtis Goode: curtis@aclu-md.org

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