August 12 - Black & Female: Working in America
Join UN Women USA NY for a deeply needed dialogue to explore the inherent racism of systems in our own community, nation and the world, and the specific experience of racism in all aspects of being Black and female in America.
We will begin with a conversation on working in America. We will look at the lived experience of navigating the workplace environment, the pay gap for women of color, unconscious bias in hiring and promoting, the dynamics of racism in workplace culture, and more ways that systemic racism impacts the workplace. The conversation will provide opportunities for self-reflection, tools for growth and actions that participants can take with them to dismantle injustice in personal lives, organizations, systems and the world.
We are thrilled to have the voices, minds and hearts of moderator Jamia Wilson, and panelists Minda Harts, Michele T. Ghee, and Raquel Willis to share their own experiences and explore these issues as they impact a diversity of experiences and identities.
Date And Time: Wed, Aug 12, 2020, 6:30 PM EDT
Location: Online Event
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August 13 - Virtual Community Conversation: Behind the Lens with WOC Filmmakers
Join the Gulf Coast Chapter on Zoom on Thursday, August 13 at 5 p.m. as Lenore Thomas (director and producer of Weep Not, a phenomenal short from TWE 2020), Alyscia Cunningham (I Am More Than My Hair, a 2020 TWE award-winning documentary short), Karen Arango (Families Together/Familias Unidas), Iman Zawahry, and other women filmmakers from our Through Women's Eyes International Film Festival participate in a panel discussion on race and gender in film. Q&A to follow.
Date & Time: Thursday, August 13, 5:00 PM EDT
Location: Zoom; https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85727154394; Meeting ID: 857 2715 4394
Email Susann Chalhub to register: email@example.com
One Woman One Vote Film Festival
One Woman One Vote Film Festival is presented by the 2020 One Woman One Vote Festival and Women Make Movies in commemoration of the 19th Amendment Centennial (1920-2020) winning women the vote in the United States. Films will be available online from June 30th to November 3rd.