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We often hear the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Suffrage Movements spoken of separately even though they both sought equality for a disenfranchised group. But many women suffragists were actively against women of color receiving the right to vote and many women felt left out of the Civil Rights Movement. For too long, race and gender have been considered separate “issues.” Join YWCA for a virtual conversation with El Paso community members to discuss the historical differentiation of race and gender movements, the overlap of goals, and why we cannot discuss one without the other.
Wednesday, July 15th
Sybonae Acosta, Senior at Loretto Academy, Founder of Political Awareness Club
Ouisa Davis, Attorney, Community Activist
Kyra Lewis, Vice President, Black Student Union, UTEP
Dr. Irma Montelongo, Associate Professor of Practice, Chicano Studies, UTEP
Dr. Kathleen Staudt, Professor Emerita of Political Science, UTEP
Moderated by Dr. Ann Horak, Associate Professor of Practice, UTEP
Want to submit a question or conversation idea? Send it to us by 12 pm on Monday, July 13th here!