Thursday 9/28: BCRW Open House for Students

BCRW students

Join BCRW Staff and Research Assistants at the BCRW Open House for undergraduate students of the Barnard/Columbia communities on Thursday 9/28 from 7-9 PM in 101 Barnard Hall.

This will be the perfect opportunity to learn how you can get more involved in BCRW’s work and goals as an intersectional feminist center committed to research, scholarship, activism, and artistic practice.
At the event we will be kicking off our new network of programs and opportunities for undergraduate students—Friends of BCRW. Friends of BCRW is a network of students and community members organizing themselves around questions like:
How can we:
  • Intentionally plan and organize to move and open access to resources and space?
  • Build and sustain relationships across disciplines, organizing strategies, and artistic practices?
  • Share resources as a mode of healing and support?
  • Understand and meet the needs of students, scholars, organizers, and artists?
  • Carve space for intellectual and creative inquiry?

Friends of BCRW will work together to answer, problematize, and reframe these and other questions through writing, discussion, study, workshops, organizing, and more.

Currently, there are three working groups that make up the Friends of BCRW structure:
  1. Reading/study group for women and femmes of color.
  2. BCRW bloggers group for students to collaboratively develop, workshop, and publish media (essays, articles, photo essays, videos, etc.) on the BCRW Blog.
  3. Organizing group working to share resources, support each other in activist/organizing practices, and work in solidarity with movements and projects related but not limited to abolition, racial justice, gender justice, and community sustainability.

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The BCRW Office (Barnard Hall Room 101) is accessible to people with mobility disabilities. For additional accessibility requests, please contact at your earliest convenience.
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