“Sisterhood is Global” Women’s Conference

For the third year, the Remley Women’s Center invites you to attend the annual Women’s Conference at Westminster on Thursday, March 13. Everyone is welcome to join as we celebrate National Women’s History Month!

The conference includes a FREE dinner (provided by Fresh Ideas) and a mix of thought-provoking and entertaining performances. For more information, contact Dr. Cinnamon Brown. Photo above, Dr. Brown addresses the crowd at the 2013 Women’s Conference.

Remley Women’s Center presents

“Sisterhood is Global” Women’s Conference

Thursday, March 13 in Mueller Activity Center

Dinner at 5:30. Program begins at 6 p.m.

Featuring …

Musical Performances by Dean Moran and The Fondness (Abby Stokes and Laura Messer)

Opening remarks by Rev. Jamie Haskins, Faculty Advisor of The Remley Women’s Center

Getting to know The Remley Women’s Center, Remarks by Shane Kincaid, Remley Intern

Musical Performance by Hannah Domino

“A Letter to My Sisters,” a poem written and performed by Rachael Holloway

“The Invisible Demographic: Homeless Girls and College Prospects,” By Professor Cathy Pesce

A musical performance by Liridona Osmanaj

“Black, White, and Pink: Gender Roles in the 1950s,” By Greer Horning

Scenes from Trojan Women performed by the Fine Arts Club under the direction of Professor Nate Leonard

“The Contradiction of American Love and Sexuality?” By Dean Moran

“Global Women’s Rights Activism in the Age of New Media,” By Professor Kali Wright-Smith

A scene from The Vagina Monologues sponsored by The Remley Women’s Center

“It’s Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature!: Reflections on the Feminization of the Natural World,” By Professor Cliff Cain

Sisterhood is Global: International Fashion Show. Organized by Guiomar Sapi, Remley Intern.

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