Young Feminists Take on Activism and Organizing

In this panel, young feminist activists discuss their areas of interest, what they see as the major challenges for feminist movements, how organizing today compares to that by previous generations, intersections between feminism and other approaches to social justice, and how to build coalitions that can enact structural change. Panelists include Dior Vargas, Sydnie Mosley ’07, and Julie Zeilinger ’15. The discussion also included Jessica Danforth, who is not included in the video at her request. Dina Tyson ’13 moderated the panel.

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