March 14, 2016

Connecting the Dots: Intersections in our Social Justice Work Workshops 2:30 PM ET  -  4:00 PM ET Connecting the Dots: Intersections in our Social Justice Work Workshops

Connecting the Dots: Intersections in our Social Justice Work Workshops

Attend one of the below Social Justice Work Workshops:

Honoring Age Diversity in our Movement
Multigenerational activism is critical to sustainable social change. Advocates of different age groups bring different perspectives, experiences, skills, and networks to the table. This interactive workshop will create a space for discussion on how to honor advocates of all ages in our work for social justice and how to make our work inclusive for advocates of all ages.

Gender and Gender Identity in our Social Justice Work
What does it mean to recognize the full identity and humanity of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals in our work for gender equality? This interactive workshop will address how to create a trans-inclusive and gender-affirming environment, with a special focus on feminist and woman-centered spaces.

Jewish Identity and Confronting Racism
What is the impact of being Jewish on your role in confronting racism? This workshop will touch on Jewish experiences of oppression and anti-Semitism, Jewish experiences of privilege, and how these factors can inform Jewish approaches to combating racism in the United States.

Why Black Lives Matter Is a Reproductive Justice Issue
Reproductive justice is rooted in the human right to bodily autonomy, to have children, not have children, and parent the children we have with dignity and in safe, healthy environments. There can be no reproductive justice when black people in our country continue to face rampant discrimination, including disproportionate criminalization and police brutality. This workshop will unpack why Black Lives Matter is a reproductive justice issue, and what that means for our social justice work.