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Anita Hill will be in person for a Question and Answer Session at the 4:30pm & 6:45pm screenings of ANITA: Speaking Truth to Power on Friday, March 21!Find out more »
Anita Hill: Speaking Truth to Power — Anita Hill At 6:45 Showing and Q & A Session at Lincoln Center
Anita Hill will be in person for a Question and Answer Session at the 6:45pm screening of ANITA: Speaking Truth to Power on Friday, March 21 at Lincoln Center in New York City.Find out more »
One half of the proceeds from the Sackler Center First Awards go to Girls for Gender Equity.Find out more »
Girls for Gender Equity and The African American Policy Forum come together to ask:
Why are girls of color...
• OVERLY-DISCIPLINED through suspensions, zero tolerance and arrests in school?
• INCARCERATED at the highest rates in history?
• DISCONNECTED from family & community?
• OVER-SEXUALIZED in the media?
• HARMED by abuse, trauma, and violence?
• TRAFFICKED and sexually abused?
What can we do about it?
On International day of the girl, cis and trans girls will tell you #WhyWeCantWait.
Professor Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw will moderate.
Childcare and lunch provided for confirmed guests - RSVP to email@example.com
On Tuesday, October 18th from 3-4:30 EST/ 12-1:30 PST, Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) will host a webinar to share best practices when working in partnership with local government, philanthropy, and community partners for the groundbreaking NYC Young Women’s Initiative. This webinar will focus primarily on the creation and implementation of the Young Women’s Advisory Council. Through a participatory governance model, young women of color ages 12-25 have been involved in every phase of the initiative. During the webinar, GGE…Find out more »
Join Girls for Gender Equity (GG) on Saturday, October 22nd for our exclusive policy book preview and learn more about the School Girls Deserve! We are inviting you to come to our event to see how NYC girls of color and LGBQ/GNCT youth of color are impacted by school pushout and how they envision the school they deserve! For the past few months, Girls for Gender Equity has been completing participatory action research (what we called vision sessions) with over…Find out more »