We are so excited to officially announce this event! This is a discussion we’ve had in mind since we launched, and we have found the right location, date and panelists — so here are the details:
Feminist Oasis presents: Intergenerational Feminist Discussion
Sunday, April 22, 2018 2 – 4pm
The Dance Hall, 7 Walker Street, Kittery, ME
Bring someone at least 15 years older or younger than yourself for this intergenerational feminist discussion. We’ll address questions including: What does the movement of feminism mean to womxn and advocates across different generations? What societal, cultural and familial dynamics are in place when we communicate to each other across generations — specifically when it comes to intergenerational women, such as mothers and daughters? How does the experience of advocates who have been involved in the movement of feminism and social justice for decades vary from that of younger generations or those just starting to become involved in these movements?
Panelists will include:
● Rosjke Hasseldine (of Mother-Daughter Coaching International; author: The Mother-Daughter Puzzle, The Silent Female Scream)
Admission: $12/individual; $10/each for intergenerational pairs/groups