International Women’s Day In a Time of COVID-19: The Ongoing Fight for Health Justice- Monday, March 8, 2021
The Women, Gender, and Health Interdisciplinary Concentration hosted its annual International Women’s Day Celebration! Students, faculty, staff, and alumni joined us via Zoom for an informal get-together and a bit of radical history. Reflections on COVID-19, gender, structural racism, and health justice were shared by our guest speakers: Zinzi Bailey, Sarah Richardson, and Cristina Alonso. Several student organizations and school departments co-sponsored the event, and their representatives shared what IWD means to them: Brazilian Student Association; Center for Population and Development Studies; Committee on the Advancement of Women Faculty; Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences; Environmental Justice Student Organization; FAS Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies; François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights; Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Auto Workers (HGSU-UAW); Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers-(HUCTW); Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Parents@Harvard Chan Student Group; UNITE HERE! Local 26; Women and Health Initiative; and Women in Leadership. The event concluded with a virtual group sing-a-long to “Bread and Roses”!
43 people attended. This event was not recorded.
Black Femmes in the Fight for Food Justice- Monday, February 22, 2021
Check out the recording here.