Center for Brooklyn History presents Beyond White Feminism
February 25, 2021, 6:30 PM
In the second of this two-part series, presented by the Center for Brooklyn History and the Ms. Foundation For Women, Koa Beck, author of White Feminism, leads a discussion that unpacks the racist ideology dominating the American women’s movement and considers how to approach an inclusive future.
Beck is joined by Rinku Sen, former executive director of Race Forward, co-president of the Women’s March Board of Directors, and executive director of Narrative Initiative; Teresa Younger, president and CEO of the Ms. Foundation for Women; and Andi Zeisler, writer and co-founder of Bitch Media. Together they imagine a feminist future that embraces all marginalized genders, advocating equality in living standards, housing protections, citizenship, childcare, job protections, and more.
This is a Center for Brooklyn History event with books provided by Community Bookstore.