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Feminism at CSU Oct. 14

October 13, 2009

Today's Kathryn T. Bohannon Women at Noon program will focus on a dialogue about feminism and what it means to CSU students.

Wednesday, Oct. 14 at noon
Lory Student Center, Room 224-226 

On Wednesday, Oct. 14 at noon in Room 224-226 of the Lory Student Center, the Kathryn T. Bohannon Women at Noon Program will present a feminist student panel. 

How do you live your feminism?

What does feminism mean to CSU students? How do current students engage in activism? Students’ personal experiences and social identities impact the ways they engage in activism.

Join us as current CSU undergraduate and graduate students share their experiences with activism and what feminism means to them.  

Learn more

For further information, contact the Office of Women’s Programs and Studies, (970) 491-6384.

See the semester schedule of Women at Noon Programs.

Contact: Linda Hefner
Phone: (970) 491-6381