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In addition to scheduled events and programs, we offer the following presentations and workshops by request. Please make requests at least two weeks in advance of presentation date.

INTERSECTIONAL FEMINISM 101

Crash Course
While there are many different feminisms, the Emily Taylor Center promotes a feminism that is both intersectional and trans-inclusive. Like Black feminist bell hooks, we believe that “feminism is for everybody.” In this 3-hour workshop, you will learn the basic principles of intersectional feminism as well as methods for beginning to practice it in your own life. 

Quick & Dirty
In this 1-hour “quick and dirty” version of our 3-hour Crash Course, you will learn the basics of intersectional feminism.

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MAKE MINI ZINES! WORKSHOP
Mini zines are a powerful medium for social change and self-expression. In this 3-hour workshop, participants learn how to creatively communicate their ideas and experiences by making their own mini zine. This program is meant to promote self-authorship and self-definition, while also creating an archive of zines that will offer readers access to a range of perspectives and multiple ways of knowing.

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MASCULINITIES 101

Quick & Dirty
In this 1-hour presentation, you will learn about and question the collective socialization of men, the traditional masculine script, and the concept of “the man box”; consider the relationship between intersectionality and masculinities; explore the differences between patriarchy and feminism as well as between patriarchal masculinity and feminist masculinity. Participants will leave with strategies for beginning to practice and/or nurture feminist masculinity in their everyday lives. 

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UNDERSTANDING GENDER & GENDER EQUITY 101

Quick & Dirty
In this 1-hour presentation, you will consider the differences between sex and gender as well as the differences between equality and equity. Participants are introduced to the concept of gender binarism; the basics of gender identity; gender through an intersectional lens; the cycle of prejudice, discrimination, and oppression; the distinction between patriarchy and kyriarchy; and ways to practice intersectional feminism as a route to gender equity.  

 

GENDER PAY GAP & SALARY NEGOTIATION

Explores the gender pay gap from an intersectional perspective,  how it has evolved over time, the role of factors such as occupational segregation and time off to raise children in this gap.  Also explores public policy and implicit bias as contributors.  We also discuss actions we all can take to address the problem.


                              


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