Femtastic Fridays: Week 3

Happy Friday! We hope you’re all taking time to take care of yourselves. We at the WCC are committed to serving the Stanford community as a place to process, to learn, to develop skills, and to take action toward a more equitable and just world. This space is your space, and we are here to be in community with one another.

What’s New in the WCC

Come out to the WCC on Sunday nights for

Feminist Discussion Nights

9 – 10:30pm

Women’s Community Center

Hume Writing Tutors

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

7 – 9 pm

Women’s Community Center

Feminist Narratives Podcast!

The Feminist Narratives podcast seeks to amplify, share, learn, and educate listeners about stories of feminist resistance and innovation through the podcast medium.

Our inaugural interview with artist A-lan Holt focuses on the importance of healing practices and creation during these troubling times.

WCC Event Recap

The WCC hosted its Grad Winter Welcome event on Wednesday, January 25th. It was a lovely afternoon of finger painting as the graduate students took some time to decompress after completing the first few weeks of the quarter.

Upcoming Events

Microagressions: Empowerment for the Career World

The WCC is happy to co-sponsor this workshop with El Centro Chicano y Latino. It will focus on solutions to the experience of microagressions in an academic or professional setting. It has been planned with graduate students in mind, but all students are welcome to join us.

Women in Tech + Social Impact

Wondering how to combine your passions for tech with social justice? Come hear from three women who are making waves at the intersection of tech and social justice and hear their insights on constructing a fulfilling career path during this panel discussion!

Friday, February 3, 2017

12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

at the Women’s Community Center, 1st Floor, Firetruck House


Interesting Reads and Other News

It is estimated that over three million people marched at the Women’s Marches worldwide last Saturday in response to Trump’s inauguration. Take a look at this inspiring piece by Black Lives Matter leader and writer Alicia Garza on directions for moving forward.

If you’re looking for something to do over the weekend, Fun Home, based on the New York Times Best Seller graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel, is playing at the Curran Theatre in SF now until February 19th.


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