#MeToo: An Intersectional Dialogue

Monday, February 12, 2018 11:30 am - 1 pm

The panel will explore the ongoing #MeToo movement and the increased national dialogue around sexual assault and harassment. Business, labor, campus, and government perspectives, among others, will be explored. Panelists include State Rep. Carol Alvarado, UH sexual misconduct support services manager Ashley Griffin, businesswoman Susan Hodge, and SEIU Texas leader Elsa Caballero. This intersectional dialogue will be moderated by Monica Rhor, Staff Writer for the Houston Chronicle. The event is part of the Barbara Karkabi Living Archives series: oral history interviews on gender-linked topics. For more information on FWS or WGSS, please visit friendsofwomen.org. Lunch is provided with RSVP to wgss@uh.edu. Tickets are free for students, UH faculty and staff and members of the FWS, and $10 for the general public.

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Location
Rockwell Pavilion in the UH Library
Price
Free to $10
Sponsor
Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Friends of Women's Studies
Contact
Ayanna McCloud
amccloud@uh.edu