Join us for our annual Wo/men's Conference on March 8, 2014. This year's theme 'We Can Do It' is intended to bring women and men from all backgrounds together to explore the creative ways to challenge injustice, racism, and sexism. This year's speakers include the like of Wanda Johnson (the mother of Oscar Grant), Betty Reid Soskin (America's oldest park ranger who works fulltime at the Rosie the Riveter park at the age of 92) and grassroots social justice practitioners working in agencies ranging from Community Violence Solutions to the MOMS program in Alameda County. Additionally, there will be three tracks of workshops for you to participate in.
Our use of “Wo/men” developed out of our mission to be an inclusive community. The conference invites women and men to explore the influences of race, class, gender, sexuality, personal identity and social constructs in our society. The conference welcomes students, activists, faculty and community members.