November Feminist Friday | Gloria Everson
“After the Adrenaline: Sustaining Political Activism When It Feels Like No One Is Listening"
Date & Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
LDCW (OEC 103)
Gloria earned her PhD in anthropology from Tulane University in New Orleans, basing her research in Central America. After teaching anthropology for 15 years at Lyon College in Arkansas, she decided to move back to the Midwest to be closer to friends and family and to get more involved in community building. In mid-November 2016, she was named the Minnesota State Chair for the Women’s March on Washington, spearheading the efforts to ensure the state was represented well in our nation’s capital. Since January, she has focused her efforts on creating a “sustainable” activism.
Parking (available for $1.50/hour before 4pm)
Morrison Parking Ramp (#18 on map above)--located beneath Morrison Residence Hall, visitors parking in the Morrison ramp should enter campus at the intersection of Selby Ave. and Finn St. Follow the drive aisle south , under the skyway, toward the stadium. Take a hard right at the end of the drive aisle. The visitor ramp entrance is the eastern entrance beneath the residence hall.