Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 6 – 8pm
547 W 27th St, NY, NY
Please join us at the Flomenhaft Gallery in New York City for a discussion with Major Activists for Gender Justice presented as part of Have Art Will Travel (HAWT) and Flomenhaft Gallery’s The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein.
A tour-de-force with high-profile activists who will reveal their modus operandi for changing the world. They each have a different take on how to shout, move, push the world toward gender equity.
Mia Herndon – Moderator, is the Executive Director of Third Wave Foundation.
Charlotte Bunch is the Founding Director and Senior Scholar, Center for Global Leadership, Douglass College, Rutgers University. A 10-minute video clip from Passionate Politics, the Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch can be viewed on a loop at Flomenhaft Gallery from 10am-2pm on May 30th.
Blanche Wiesen Cook is the Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College, CUNY and Author, Eleanor Roosevelt, Vols I and II.
Biola Jeje is the Founding member of New York Students Rising and student-organizer at Brooklyn College.
Dorothy Sander is the Board Co-Chair, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission.
RSVP appreciated, but not required: HAWT@HaveArtWillTravel.org