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Women @ Noon: 'Feminist Parenting'

April 28, 2009

No matter what kind of family structure you have, this discussion-oriented workshop will offer concrete strategies for instilling children with feminist (egalitarian) values.

'Feminist Parenting'
Wednesday, April 29 @ noon
Lory Student Center
Room 214-216

Are you a parent? Hope to become a parent in the future? Wondering how to put your feminist values and beliefs into practice as a parent?

On Wednesday, Apr. 29, at noon in Room 214-216 in the Lory Student Center, the Kathryn T. Bohannon Women at Noon program will present Feminist parenting: Putting your values into practice.

Professionals to facilitate

This discussion oriented workshop, facilitated by Katie Godfrey, Individual Couple and Family Psychotherapist, and Jen Krafchick, Instructor in Human Development and Family Studies, will cover many of the challenges feminist parents face and offer realistic and concrete strategies for children at all developmental stages and from diverse family structures.  

Share your ideas and learn from others

Come share your ideas and learn from the ideas and experiences of others. For further information, contact the Office of Women’s Programs and Studies, (970) 491-6384.

The Kathry T. Bohannon Women's Program Fund

The Kathryn T. Bohannon Women's Program Fund was established in 1993 by Mr. David J. Folkes in memory of his wife, Kathryn, who was a graduate student at Colorado State University in the Department of Design and Merchandising and Consumer Sciences in 1991. Kathryn had a committed interest in developing self-esteem in women.

Contact: Linda Hefner
Phone: (970) 491-6384