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The Intersectionality of #METOO and other Civil Rights Movements

New Haven Pride Center, Nasty Women Connecticut - Exhibition and the Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence Present:

Is #MeToo for You?
The Intersectionality of #MeToo and Other Civil Rights Movements

Wednesday, October 3 | 5:30 - 8:00p
New Haven Free Public Library, Main Branch

Please join us for a community dialogue as we discuss and explore the #MeToo movement and it's intersectionality with many of our civil rights movements - feminism, black rights and #BlackLivesMatter, the LGBTQQIP2sAA civil rights movement, immigrant rights movements, and more.

We will speak about power and control, local resources to survivors, hate crime, legal resources and more all within the light of #MeToo.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Community Dialogue Partners:
- Arts Council
- Black Lives Matter NewHaven
- Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence
- Nasty Women Connecticut
- New Haven Pride Center
- Victims Rights Center of Connecticut
- Women and Families Center

Earlier Event: July 12
#MeToo : Testimonials Project
Later Event: March 8