A Place to Start: Reflecting on Womxn’s Herstory Month
One of the most highly-anticipated programs during Womxn’s Herstory Month included a visit with Charlene Carruthers, a Black, queer, feminist community organizer and writer and this year’s Womxn’s Herstory Month keynote speaker.
Women’s Herstory Month to be Inclusive and Intersectional
NC State celebrates Women’s Herstory Month throughout the month of March with the theme of “Unapologetically Women: Forging and Healing Our Collective Memories.” The theme emphasizes the right of women to be themselves without apology and acknowledges the many different paths and perspectives that comprise women's perspectives and lived experiences.
From Theory to Praxis: Intersectional Feminist Theory
This academic year has seen the creation of a program that seeks to take academic conversations out of the classroom and ground the work of the campus community in a theoretical framework. “From Theory to Praxis” is designed to turn discourse into observable action, cultivate community and provide an opportunity to engage with challenging academic thought and literature.