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Current Programs

The Women's Center engages the Northwestern community through programming, on contemporary and historical feminist, gender, and social justice issues. The below programs focus on creating sustained dialogue around social justice issues at Northwestern and offer one-on-one support for students, staff, and faculty.

For one-time events, please see our Upcoming Events page.

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If you attended a recent Women's Center event and would like to provide feedback, please do so here.

Earthseed Black Family Archive Project: Roots and Reflections

This webinar is hosted by the Women's Center, One Book/One Northwestern, and the Earthseed Black Family Archive Project. It si generously cosponsored by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, African American Studies, and the Department of History. 

Read more here!


Solution Focused Feminist Coaching

The goal of the program is for an individual to define a desired outcome, and then to construct a pathway in both thinking and action, through the process of collaborative dialogue between the coach and the individual.

Coaching sessions will last up to one hour, for a total of five meetings. During that time, the individual will be supported and guided by the coach to map their way forward. Black, Indigenous and People of Color are encouraged to apply.

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Feminist Campus Tour

Check out the Social Justice Tours website! 
The quickest way to take the GPS Guided, audio Feminist Campus Tour is to stop into the Women's Center in Evanston for a QR card that fits in your wallet.

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