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We, As Ourselves Virtual Event #2

[WATCH] Virtual Event #2: Godmothers of the Movement to End Sexual Violence Against Black Women And Girls

In collaboration with LunchtableBlavity’s streaming and networking platform, our second event was titled “Godmothers of the Movement To End Sexual Violence Against Black Women And Girls.”

Watch the replay and view the discussion guide to help further the conversation with your friends, family, and community.

You’ll hear from these pioneers and brilliant leaders in the fight for gender justice:

  • Paula J. Giddings, Author, and Elizabeth A. Woodson Professor, Emerita, Smith College
  • Karma Cottman, Executive Director of Ujima Inc. The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community
  • Loretta J. Ross, Professor, Smith College
  • Paris Hatcher, Founder & Director of Black Feminist Future

They share a historical view of the role that Black women have played in addressing and prioritizing sexual violence and share insight on where we go from here.