Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope

New dates and times coming soon.

Bystander Intervention Training 

Pedroso Center (Room B 159) 

8th Annual Conference on Genocide and Human Rights Research in Africa and the Diaspora

Via Zoom

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International Women's Day Panel: Care, Culture and Community 

Via Zoom

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Black Women's Leadership: Leading with joy: Connecting to our wellness and healing 

Via Zoom  

With Cassandra (Cassie) Walker, LCSW, CCTP

Walker is a Black queer licensed clinical social worker, therapist, activist, writer, gamer and liberatory decolonial healer. 

Asian American Feminisms and Women of Color Politics Panel Discussion 

Via Zoom

Dr. Shireen Roshanravan will speak as part of the panel. The event is hosted and sponsored by Cal State Los Angeles's Women's Gender and Sexuality Department.  

Women in Science: Informal Discussion with students (Genetic Anthropologist Dr. Jada Benn-Torres) 

Field work, research, and careers in biological anthropology (snacks provided!) 

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Women in Science: Presentation (Genetic Anthropologist Dr. Jada Benn-Torres) 

NEIU Alumni Hall North or Join via Zoom

Finding What Was Forgotten: Genetic Ancestry and Cultural Identities of Afro-Puerto Rican Communities. 

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Just Care: Messy Entanglement of disability, Dependency, and desire

A book talk and conversation with Dr. Akemi Nishida. 

World water day: Facilitated water justice walk

Field Park House
5100 N. Ridgeway Ave.  

Saulteaux organizer Janie Pochel. For more information email f-pochel@neiu.edu.

Sister Talk: Storytelling Across Cultures 

Pedroso Center (Room B 159)  

Inspiring Trivia Philosophy Lecture: Dr. Ainsley lesure

The Department of Philosophy will host the 9th annual Inspiring TriVia lecture. This year’s speaker is Dr. Ainsley LeSure, an assistant professor of Africana Studies at Brown University. LeSure will present a lecture titled, “Assuming a World: A Phenomenology of Racism,” in which she will discuss an alternative to the traditional binary between psychological and structural accounts of racism. This lecture series is named for Professor Emerita of Philosophy Sarah L. Hoagland, who endowed this series to foster philosophical discussion at the intersections of race, class, and gender. Hence the title: Inspire (to breathe life into), and TriVia (the goddess of crossroads). 

Women in Science: Informal Discussion with Students (Primate Ecologist Dr. Jill Pruetz)

Field work, research, and careers in biological anthropology (snacks provided!) 

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Women in Science: Presentation (Primate Ecologist Dr. Jill Pruetz)

NEIU Alumni Hall North or Join Via Zoom

"Studying Chimps at the Edge: Behavioral Ecology of Our Closest Living Relatives at the Limits of their Range." 

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K(no)w more panel women healers

Women's work in movement building 

K(No)w more resources fair 

Angelina Pedroso Birthday Celebration: A night with lesle honore

Healing & Hope: The Future of Librarianship and Libraries: A candid conversation with Analu Maria Lopez (guachichil/xi'ui)

Trans day of visibility pop-up zine stand and Resource table

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Gender & science

Women in Science: Informal Discussion with students (Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Ann Ross

Field work, research, and careers in biological anthropology (snacks provided!) 

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K(no)w more poetry event: Healing through the arts symposium series 

Women in Science: Presentation (Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Ann Ross

Modern Perspectives on Human Variation in Forensic Anthropology. 

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Organizing toward survival: Survivor activism behind and beyond bars 

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