Women + Power: People Power
Women + Power: People Power
From Suffrage to Black Lives Matter to the fight for Indigenous sovereignty, women of color have been at the forefront of social justice movements for generations. Join the Ms. Foundation for Women and CBH for a panel on the struggles of today.
Center for Brooklyn History online
October 06, 2020 | 7:30 pm
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Enei Begaye
Kandace Montgomery
Toni-Michelle Williams
Raquel Willis

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Advance registration is required to access the Zoom webinar.

This program is presented as part of the Center for Brooklyn History's series Women + Power: 100 Years After the 19th Amendment.

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Center for Brooklyn History
Brooklyn, NY

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The final installment of the Center for Brooklyn History and the Ms. Foundation for Women’s series turns its gaze to the struggles of today, the leading roles that women of color continue to play, and the search for the solidarity that can put systemic oppression on the ropes. Join the Ms. Foundation and CBH for a panel featuring Enei Begaye, executive director of Native Movement; Kandace Montgomery, executive director of Black Visions Collective; and Toni-Michelle Williams, executive director of Solutions Not Punishments Collaborative. Moderated by activist, writer, and Director of Communications for the Ms. Foundation Raquel Willis.

Image: Enei Begaye, Kandace Montgomery, Toni-Michelle Williams, and Raquel Willis / Center for Brooklyn History