Active Allyship: Exploring Feminism through Contemplative Practice
How does contemplative practice intersect with issues of gender? This session will focus on applicable tools to hold both spirituality and feminist practice in your everyday life and will be led by Ouyporn Khuankaew, a Buddhist feminist activist and a workshop facilitator in Asia since 1995. She facilitates workshops on feminist counseling, sexuality and anti-oppression, peacebuilding, and nonviolent direct action with Thai NGO and government workers, and regional and international participants.
Registration is required: tinyurl.com/activeallyship.
Active Allyship is an educational series focused on how to develop tools to be a better ally. Learn ways to be an ally around ability, race, gender and gender identity, spirituality, sexuality, as well as being an ally to yourself. We encourage you to attend multiple workshops.
Location: Whitman College, Rectangular Private Dining Room
Date/Time: 04/04/14 at 2:00 pm - 04/04/14 at 4:00 pm
Sponsored by the LGBT Center in collaboration with Butler College, Counseling and Psychological Services, Fields Center, Forbes College, Mathey College, the Office of Disability Services, Office of Religious Life, Rockefeller College, Whitman College, Wilson College, and the Women’s Center