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    Student Organizations Fair

    TUESDAY, FEB. 11  |  4-5:30 PM  |  AND 1ST FLOOR

    Stop by our table to chat with some of our staff, find out more about our work, and take some freebies. We'll have condoms, lube, pads, tampons, and menstrual cups available!


    Love Your Body

    WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12  |  4-5 PM  |  AND 111


    We'll be at this Peer Wellness event with supplies to make body positive affirmation keychains for you and your friends.


    Feminist Friday: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Peoples March

    FRIDAY, FEB. 14  |  11 AM-2 PM  |  Minneapolis American Indian Center 

    In lieu of our regular Feminist Friday, we choose to honor Indigenous women, girls, boys, LGBQI, Two Spirit, and transgender peoples at the MMIW 2020: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Peoples March. For details about the March, visit the Minneapolis American Indian Center's Facebook event. Contact co-organizers Hamline Indigenous People's Society (hips@hamline.edu) and Better Together (hubettertogether@hamline.edu) for information about bus routes to and from the event. The WRC will cover bus fare for anyone who needs financial support; email us at wrc@hamline.edu.

    Feminist Film Series

    WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19  |  6-8 PM  |  GLC 104E

    Join us for our monthly series exploring feminism through film. This month's screening is TBD.


    Feminist Friday: Body Image

    FRIDAY, FEB. 21  |  1-2 PM  |  AND 320

    Join us for our weekly discussion series on a variety of feminist issues. This week's topic is body image, acceptance, and love in recognition of the upcoming National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (February 24-March 1).


    The Body Monologues



    The Body Monologues is an evening of performances expressing how we inhabit and move through life in our bodies. Following the performances there will be a discussion so performers and audience members can share comments, reactions, and questions about the bodily experiences and process of creating art from them. If you're interested in performing a piece of original work (poetry, dance, spoken word, song, etc.), please contact Kelly at kleddy02@hamline.edu

    Trigger warning: It's possible for triggering content around bodies to be shared at the event. This includes talking about: body dysmorphia, eating disorders, sexual violence, sexualized bodies, slut shaming, racialized bodies, gendered bodies, disabled bodies, chronic illness/disease, fat shaming, body modifications, and other sensitive experiences. 

    Feminist Friday

    FRIDAY, FEB. 28  |  1-2 PM  |  AND 320

    Join us for our weekly discussion series on a variety of feminist issues. This week's topic is TBD.