[In]Visibility of Girls Like Us: Why Race and Class Matter. Panel Featuring MEV Cohort Member Joanne Smith

[In]Visibility of Girls Like Us: Why Race and Class Matter. Panel Featuring MEV Cohort Member Joanne Smith

MEV Cohort Member Joanne Smith of Girls for Gender Equity will be featured in a panel “[In]Visibility of Girls Like Us: Why Race and Class Matter”. During the event, Rachel Lloyd’s new memoir Girls Like Us! will be released. A book signing will follow. The event is taking place Tuesday, February 28th from 7 to 9 p.m. at the CUNY Grad Center (365 5th Avenue, New York, NY; Room C 203/204 & 205).

Panel:

Rachel Lloyd, Founder and Executive Director of GEMS

Salamishah Tillet, Co-Founder of a Long Walk Home

Jamia Wilson, Vice President of Programs, Women’s Media Center

Joanne Smith. Founder and Executive Director of Girls for Gender Equity

Zerlina Maxwell, Staff Writer at Loop 21, Contributer to Feministing, Ebony and the Grio.

 

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