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CALENDAR

"This opportunity was brought to you courtesy of feminism." -- Marie C. Wilson, President and Founder, The White House Project

All events are located in Rochester, NY unless otherwise noted.

April 13
5:00 pm

Locker Room Talk: Pussies, Guns, and Video Gaymers
William Cheng, Dartmouth College, will offer critical reflections on how verbal barbs and virtual barbarities in online gameworlds scramble the fieldworker's moral compass. The University of Rochester Susan B. Anthony Institute's 6th annual Rainbow Lecture. See Facebook Event for details, including location (Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester).

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April 17
7:00 pm

Rochester NOW Meeting
First Unitarian Church, Room 110, 220 Winton Rd. South.

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April 18
8:00 am

YWCA Stand Against Racism Breakfast & Conference
Radisson Rochester Riverside, 120 E. Main St. Sponsored by Rochester YWCA. See website for more information and to register.

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April 21
5:00 pm

Slut Walk ROC
Slut Walk is an international event that started in Toronto, Canada in 2011 and takes place annually to bring communities together around the issue of violence and victim blaming. Liberty Pole. Sponsored by three students at The College at Brockport. See Facebook event.

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May 15
7:00 pm

Rochester NOW Meeting
First Unitarian Church, Room 110, 220 Winton Rd. South.

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May 22
Noon
2:00 pm

Anthony Museum Monday Lecture Series
Dr. Alison Parker, Professor of History, the College at Brockport, will speak on "Mary Church Terrell: A Black Woman's Perspective on Suffrage and Civil Rights." Luncheon at noon ($25) or tea at 2:00 pm ($15). Carriage House, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, 17 Madison St. To register, call 585-279-7490 x10 or reserve online.

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