Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Feminist Activist Zoe Nicholson Sunday, May 3rd from 3-5pm

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Activist, author and speaker, Zoe Nicholson presents her story about the 1982 fast for the Equal Rights Amendment. Leading the audience through this living history with slides and actual documents she shares her intimate diary about traveling to Springfield, Illinois, joining with 6 women and living on only water for 37 days.
Zoe sat in the eye of the political storm and searched for spiritual insight. She shares her confusion, idealism, spiritual longing and hunger for justice. She shares it all from Phyllis Schlafly to Governor James Thompson, Mahatma Gandhi to Dick Gregory. Her personal and private story is filled with politics and prayer. Historical and inspiring, she speaks from the heart with intimacy and humor.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

UCLATuesday, May 5th The Center for the Study of Women & Mazer Symposium

Everyone is welcome to come to this panel about the processing of specific Mazer collections through a joint grant we shared with UCLA.
Tuesday, May 5th from 1:30-3:30pm
Library Conference Room
Young Research Library

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Come to this Mazer sponsored event at The Center's Village! Saturday, April 25th, 2pm

Lesbians50+ Kick-off Party
Come join us for a fun, social afternoon for lesbians over 50!
Are you looking for places to connect with like-minded women? We had Connexxus, we had the Woman’s Building…what’s next? This kick-off party is the beginning of a great, new women’s series. All you need to bring with you is your ideas for activities, classes and events. Appetizers and drinks will be served. You won’t want to miss it!
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