Mia McKenzie of Black Girl Dangerous speaking on campus

The Gender and Sexuality Center here at UT is sponsoring an event on Oct 1 that might be of interest to some in this class.  Seating is limited so you’ll need to RSVP. Also there is food, if you RSVP.

Details copied below, including Facebook event. (Excuse the weird formatting!)

National Young Women’s Day of Action Luncheon: Mia McKenzie

Wedensday October 1
Doors open, lunch: 11:30
Speaker: 12pm
Q&A immediately following
SAC Ballroom (SAC 2.410)

National Young Women’s Day of Action featuring Mia McKenzie Founding Editor/Editor-In-Chief of Black Girl Dangerous.

Catered Lunch Provided

Awesomely co-sponsored by the Counseling and Mental Health Center and the amazing UT Austin Voices Against Violence, The Feminist Action Project, Central Texas Women’s Center, The Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, College of Liberal Arts, The English Department, Afrikan American Affairs, Students for Equity and Diversity, Native American Indigenous Collective, Queer People of Color and Allies, The Warfield Center for African and African American Studies, The Hollyfield Foundation, and Sigma Phi Omega.

Limited seating- RSVP required

Lunch will be provided for those who RSVP. To RSVP email gsc@austin.utexas.edu or call (512) 232-1831.

please contact gsc@austin.utexas.edu if you need accommodations for this event

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/629346867184386/?ref=22


One response to “Mia McKenzie of Black Girl Dangerous speaking on campus

  1. If anyone was interested in this and couldn’t be there, I live-tweeted it and just put together a storify with some of the other Twitter coverage: https://storify.com/wisebeck/mia-mckenzie-ut-austin


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