We are rarely comfortable talking about difference in our culture. Some believe that with a Black president, a shift towards legalized gay marriage and higher graduation rates for women than men, we have all become equal. Further probing tells us something different. At some point in our lives we all make a choice: do I sit and observe or do I take action?
The Women’s Center is taking action. We seek to move towards a community where inclusion and equity are ingrained in every part of who we are and what we do. Our series continues in January with Deanna Zandt, media technologist and recipient of the first-ever social media Maggie Award for Media Excellence. As you wait for our event, check out this video to learn more about her work.
If you didn't make it to all of our fall events, click here to check out the video of David Perry as he delivers our keynote for "Work/Life Fit: It's Not Just for Women Anymore."
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Chicago Campus Women's Center
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