Southern Feminisms Panel at the Stone Center, Wednesday, April 9 at 7:00 pm
The Carolina Women’s Center and the Southern Oral History Program present a speaker and panel discussion with graduate students, recent alumni, and current student activists on intersectional feminist identities and southern culture.
The speakers will discuss histories of feminist activism across diverse communities in the southern United States. This event will encourage group discussions about individuals’ personal experiences with feminisms in the South and provide an opportunity to learn about oral history collection as a tool for sharing these stories. This event, to be held in the Hitchcock Multipurpose Room at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, is free and open to the public.
Anna Krome-Lukens, PhD, U.S. History, UNC-Chapel Hill
Sarah McNamara, PhD Candidate, U.S. History, UNC-Chapel Hill
Ivanna Gonzalez, Autry Fellow, MDC