January 29, 2019: Social Justice Advocacy, Gender Equality and Family Rights
Join Mary Frances Berry, the Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought, and the Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, at the roundtable. Berry is a past chair of the US Commission on Civil Rights, and brings many of the issues confronting Woodhull that are still in discussion today to the table. We will host a discussion for audience members to explore the subjects brought up by Ms. Berry.
Held at the Robbins Hunter Museum
Doors open at 7 ~ Program begins promptly at 7:30
Program is presented in partnership with Denison University; faculty/staff/students are invited to attend free of charge.
Members of Robbins Hunter Museum and all students may also participate free of charge. We only ask that you pre-register so that we are able to accommodate the size of our audience. Please fill out the form below.