Feminism in Black and White – Mar 24

Posted by Mayor's Office of Engagement for Women on March 23, 2021

Join the Philadelphia Commission for Women and the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), Wednesday March 24, 11:30 AM –  1:00 PM. for a conversation about how feminism has been experienced historically.

Panelists include author Michelle Duster, Ida B. Wells great granddaughter; Amber Hikes, ACLU’s Chief of Diversity Equity and Inclusion; and Temple University history professor and author Dr. Bettye Collier-Thomas.

The conversation will be moderated by Gwen McKinney, creator and Executive Producer of Suffrage Race Power: Unerased, the civic engagement digital destination the commission has partnered with since 2019.

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