A preview of upcoming events:Lunafest Returns to DePaul
Friday, January 27th
7:00pm – Screenings
Student Center / Room 120 This season’s program of nine selected films will compel discussion, make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings and motivate you to make a difference in your community. Incredibly diverse in style and content, LUNAFEST is united by a common thread of exceptional storytelling – by, for and about women. To preview all of this year’s films: http://www.lunafest.org/the-films
Please Join Us for the 13th Annual Performance of the Vagina Monologues!!!
Saturday, February 11th & Sunday, February 12th
Student Center / Room 120
2250 N. Sheffield Avenue
V-Day is a movement that is grounded in the concept of “empowerment philanthropy.” Every year thousands of V-Day benefit events take place on college campuses and in communities throughout the world, raising funds for groups working on the ground to end violence against women and girls. All proceeds of the V-Day DePaul performances will benefit Chicago-area organizations working to end violence against women and girls.
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH LUNCHEON AND DISCUSSION Thursday, March 1st / 12:30pm
Student Center / Rm. 120
8th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon: As part of DePaul University’s commemoration of Women’s History Month, The Women’s Center will host a luncheon and roundtable discussion featuring Chicago-area activists. Confirmed participants include:• Mischelle Causey Drake, graduate of DePaul’s College of Law and the Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel of Jane Addams Hull House Association
• Mona Noriega, Commissioner of the city’s Department of Human Relations
• K. Sujata, President and CEO of the Chicago Foundation for Women
• Moderator: Dr. Ann Russo, Women’s and Gender Studies / DePaul University WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH PERFORMANCE AND DISCUSSION
Thursday, March 1st / 6:30pm
Student Center / Rm. 120 As part of the University’s commemoration of Women’s History Month, The Women’s Center and Women’s and Gender Studies Program will host a performance and discussion featuring Chicago area women artists/ activist/scholars. Confirmed participants include: • Sharon Bridgforth, a resident playwright at New Dramatists and the current Visiting Multicultural Faculty member at The Theatre School at DePaul
• Misty De Berry, a Chicago-based writer and actor and Visiting Faculty in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at DePaul
• Laila Farah, a Lebanese-American feminist performer-scholar and Associate Professor and Graduate Director in Women’s and Gender Studies at DePaul
• Kimberlee Pérez – a queer Chicana performer-scholar and Instructor in the College of Communication / DePaul
• Moderator / Respondent: Dr. Francesca Royster, African and Black Diaspora Studies / DePaul University Please feel free to contact The Women’s Center for any additional information: (773) 325-7558.