PASATalks: Race, Gender, and the Women's March on Washington
Presented by Asian Pacific American Student Alliance (APASA)
In the wake of unprecedented post-inauguration protests, The Women's March on Washington was a momentous occasion for women across the country. Though widely attended by people of color and the LGBT community, many wonder if they, targeted by a number of proposed Trump administration policies, were appropriately represented by the march. What does it mean to be intersectional? How can public servants advocate without inadvertently silencing communities in the Trump era? Join PASA for PASA Talks on Wednesday, February 22 from 5:30pm - 7pm, with a general PASA meeting preceding from 5:30pm - 6pm.