Yoruba Richen, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, presenting The New Black, a documentary about the tensions between the black and gay communities around the issue of gay marriage
Brittney Cooper, Rutgers University, speaking about #SayHerName: police violence against black women and black women's inclusion in social movements
Zandria Robinson, University of Memphis, speaking about hip hop feminism
CJ Pascoe, University of Oregon, speaking about gender, sexuality, and bullying
Andi Zeisler, co-founder of Bitch Magazine, speaking about feminism and pop culture
Lynn Peril, author of College Girls, speaking about the history of women in higher education
Barbara Nevergold and Peggy Brooks-Bertram, co-founders of the Uncrowned Queens Project and editors of the book, Go, Tell Michelle
Lois Gibbs, nationally-recognized environmental activist
Donna Fernandes, President and CEO of the Buffalo Zoo
Dorothea Braemer, media artist and activist
On Constitution Day -- September 17, 2015 -- WGS sponsored "Marriage Equality & The Constitution: A Radio Dialogue" on WBNY 91.3 FM, hosted by WBNY Public Affairs Director Jessica Cassick (BSC '16) and featuring Constitution Law expert Professor Michael Boucai (University Buffalo Law School) and Stonewall Democrat and gay rights activist Paul Morgan.
You can listen to the conversation here.
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