Documentary Discussion Series

The purpose of our Documentary Discussion Series is to explore the ways gender and sexism โ€“ as they intersect with other identities and systems of oppression โ€“ operate at an individual, interpersonal, and societal level. Participants will learn how to analyze social issues using an intersectional feminist perspective. The objective is to promote critical thinking and respectful discussion skills by offering participants the opportunity to engage with people of varied backgrounds and perspectives. Participants are given resources for exploring the topic of each documentary further and suggestions for turning their new awareness into action. 

FALL 2018 EVENTS (Visit Facebook event page)

7pm - 10pm
Malott Room
KU Memorial Union (Level 6)

Tuesday, September 4th (Visit Facebook event page)

Tuesday, October 2nd (Visit Facebook event page)
Pink Ribbons, Inc.

Tuesday, November 6th (Visit Facebook event page)
Two Spirits



Denise Sekaquaptewa Program

Dr. Denise Sekaquaptewa
Stereotyping, Implicit Bias, and the Experiences of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in STEM Fields
October 8, 12 โ€“ 1:30 PM
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