5th Annual CEW+ Advocacy Symposium: Accessing & Navigating Systems
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Please join CEW+ for its 5th annual advocacy symposium on Tuesday, September 28th at 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, featuring our 2021 Mullin Welch Lecture and the presentation of the 2021 Carol Hollenshead Inspire Awards. The program features a superb line-up of dynamic presentations by nationally renowned leaders and activists. This event is free and virtual but registration is requested. The theme for this year's event is "Accessing & Navigating Systems" and presentations will be given on the following topics: - Advocating for Your Financial Future - Leading at the Intersections: An Introduction to the Intersectional Approach Model for Policy & Social Change - Amplifying Narratives and Engaging Communities to Create Systemic Change - The Intersectional, Multigenerational Fight for Voting Rights - Student-Parents at the Center: How Systems and Policies Affect Student-Parent Families in Michigan Center For The Education of Women

5th Annual CEW+ Advocacy Symposium: Accessing & Navigating Systems

icon to add this event to your google calendarSeptember 28, 2021
8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Online
Sponsored by: Center For The Education of Women
Contact Information: CEW+, contactcew@umich.edu
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Please join CEW+ for its 5th annual advocacy symposium on Tuesday, September 28th at 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, featuring our 2021 Mullin Welch Lecture and the presentation of the 2021 Carol Hollenshead Inspire Awards. The program features a superb line-up of dynamic presentations by nationally renowned leaders and activists. This event is free and virtual but registration is requested. The theme for this year's event is "Accessing & Navigating Systems" and presentations will be given on the following topics: - Advocating for Your Financial Future - Leading at the Intersections: An Introduction to the Intersectional Approach Model for Policy & Social Change - Amplifying Narratives and Engaging Communities to Create Systemic Change - The Intersectional, Multigenerational Fight for Voting Rights - Student-Parents at the Center: How Systems and Policies Affect Student-Parent Families in Michigan