ASU will celebrate International Women’s Day
Speaking on a variety of topics relevant to women and men in the twenty-first century, Adams State University students invite the public to celebrate International Women's Day. Presentations and performances will be held from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 5, in McDaniel Hall 101.
Schedule of Events:
10 a.m. Keynote Address
10:30 a.m. Francisco Andrade: How Sexism Hurts Both Men and Women
10:45 a.m. Justin Chase: Feminist Critiques of Hilary Clinton
11 a.m. Mariachi San Luis
1 p.m. Raquel Kemm: What's holding you down? Gender or Race
1:15 p.m. Heather Scheetz: Women and Islam: Confronting Culture and Religion
1:30 p.m. Jordan McMaster-Neeley: We're not #1: Is the US the worst?
1:45 Spencer Coney: What Happened to the ERA?
2 p.m. ASU Women's Chamber Ensemble
2:30 p.m. Azarel Madrigal, Josh Tracy, Jeremiah Medina, and Patrick Cleary: Gender and International Relations: What Might the Presidential Candidates Say?
2:45 p.m. Jeremiah Medina: Combating Gender Norms and Stereotypes
3 p.m. Jocelyn Quarles: Up close and personal
Adams State student artists Kristina Baker, Sarah Patterson, and Jamie Huggins will display their work.
ASU International Women's Day is free and open to the public and is sponsored by ASU Women's and Gender Studies Program and the Community for Inclusive Excellence, Leadership and Opportunity (CIELO).