Unpacking White Feminism with Rachel Cargle

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Main Library
449 Broadway
Lecture Hall

FREE, but must RSVP here. Hear from Rachel Cargle for her signature live lecture exploring the history of feminism through the lens of race. Uncover layers of unlearned details, revealing the problematic effects that white centered activism has had on the past and present state of the feminist movement. She leaves her audience with new knowledge, meaningful tools, and powerful action items toward a more intentional and inclusive feminism.

Presented by the Cambridge Domestic and Gender Based Violence Prevention Initiative, the Cambridge Women's Commission, the Cambridge Diversity Committee, the Cambridge Public Library and the City of Cambridge.

**Update 4/9/19: All tickets have been allotted! However, we do anticipate some no-shows. Beginning at 5:30pm on April 30, we will start a “wait list” line. Any seats that have not been claimed by 6pm will be given to those waiting in this line. The plan is that you will know by 6pm whether you have a seat. Thank you for your interest!**