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Sustainability & Social Justice Event Series

Fall 2019, TCU

Wednesday, September 18 at 6:30pm


Film screening: “A Street Cat Named Bob”
Sid Rich Lecture Hall 4
Cosponsored by TCU’s Kinomonda Global Cinema Project & Human-Animal Relationships minor (HARE). For more information please contact Dr. Dave Aftandilian, HARE minor director, at hare@tcu.edu



Friday, September 20 at 2:00pm


Campus tour: “Feminist/Queer History Tour of TCU”
Meet at RJH 107

Sponsored by TCU Women & Gender Studies Program. Limited spots on the tour are available; please RSVP in advance to a.r.taylor@tcu.edu

Monday, October 7 from 4:00-6:30pm


Health & Wellness Fair: Issues in Native American Communities
BLUU Ballroom
The Chickasaw Nation’s Health Dept. will participate in this health fair. Purple People Counters will be used to track student attendance. Sponsored by TCU Chancellor’s Office, Provost’s Office, Women & Gender Studies Program, and Native and Indigenous Students Association. For more information please contact Dr. Scott Langston, s.langston@tcu.edu

Monday, October 7 at 7:00pm


Keynote lecture: “Our Ancestors, Our Elders: The Four Elements and Plants Are Our Grandparents”
BLUU Ballroom
Lecturer will be Dr. Patrisia Gonzalez (Kickapoo, Comanche & Macehual), University of Arizona, traditional midwife, herbalist, and author of Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing (Univ. of Arizona Press, 2012)

Monday, November 4 at Time TBA


Roundtable discussion: “Prison Abolition and Carceral Feminism”
Location TBA
Sponsored by TCU Women & Gender Studies Program. For more information please contact Dr. Nino Testa, n.testa@tcu.edu