Resist! Feminists Respond to Racism

Resist! Feminists Respond to Racism

Middlebury College
April 23rd – April 27th, 2018

This year’s Gensler Family Symposium on Feminism in the Global Context considers the tools and theories that feminism offers us to resist racism. Feminists are resisting racism in a variety of ways, from making films to taking to the streets to doing the necessary research to show how racism operates in our worlds and help us imagine how to resist.


Monday April 23rd | Movie “Whose Streets” |  7-9:30pm | Gifford Lecture Hall

Tuesday April 24th | Wikipedia Edit-a-thon | 4:30-6:00pm |  LIB 140

Wednesday April 25th | Movie “Out in the Night” | 7-9:30 pm | Gifford Lecture Hall

Friday April 27th | KEYNOTE SPEAKERS | 2:30-5:00 | RAJ Conf Room

(See the full schedule with descriptions on the “Event Schedule” tab.)

SPONSORED BY:  The Gensler Family Foundation; The Program in Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies Program; Chellis House-Women’s Resource Center; Feminists at Middlebury; Department of Sociology & Anthropology; and The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity