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What is Happening this Academic Year (2016/2017)


                                      Spring  2017
                                                                                                                                       

Weekly

FMLA meetings every Tuesday @ 5p.m., Harned 245 

The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance meet every Tuesday in Harned Hall to discuss upcoming events, equality issues, as well as offer help to one another. If you are interested in a way to get involved come join FMLA. There are no dues, all we ask is to bring your voice and an open mind.  Also help plan and execute events, learn about leadership trip to Washington, D.C. in March 2017.

February

Vagina Monologues

Feb. 21 and 24.  (Tuesday and Friday) 7 p.m. Clement Auditorium.  Tickets $5.
(students could help display t-shirts)

Recommended Off Campus:

I Am My Own Wife

The story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a real-life German transvestite, who managed to survive both the Nazi onslaught and the  East German Communist regime.

ROXY theatre / [theotherspace]  February 20,21,27,28

 

March

The 22nd Annual Asanbe Diversity Symposium will feature Atlanta’s Core Ensemble, presenting AIN'T I A WOMAN? This oral interpretation of four African American women combines music and theatre.
March 16, Performance at 1:00 pm, panel discussion at 2:30 pm, Trahern.

 
 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,  SAC fundraiser!   (Goal is raising $20,000)  $5 to walk.  $10 to observe.  More details will be available soon.  Sponsor a team. Have a good time.  Since the SAC opened in October 2015, they have added 1.5 therapists and one day a week a Spanish speaking therapist comes from Nashville.  Two full-time, 1 part-time, and the Spanish-speaking therapist.  The outreach educator Valerie Guzman educates community groups and helps place curriculum in the schools to educate children.  Educating 5 percent of a community creates a dramatic drop in the incidence of sexual assault.  There is a waiting list of 15.

March 24, Fortera stadium, 6 p.m

 “Vessel”  (film about a doctor from the Netherlands who outfitted a ship she takes to countries where abortion is illegal.  International law in ocean follows the laws of the vessel’s origin.)

March 29, 7 p.m.
 

April

Clothesline Project, April 6, 8-3 p.m.  UC Plaza

An Evening with DORTHY ALLISON, recipient of the 2017 Acuff Chair of Excellence. 
April 7
8:00 pm, Mabry Concert Hall 

Take Back the Night, April 13, 7-9 p.m.  UC Plaza.  March around campus, vigil, and dance.