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March is Women’s History Month!
And The Feminist Wire is available for speaking engagements.
If you follow our work, you know that we serve a three-pronged mission: feminism, anti-racism, and anti-imperialism. So if you’re seeking something beyond the pale for Women’s History Month, check us out.
If you’re interested in learning more about bringing any of our speakers to your campus (or a group for a panel), including our program fees, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available speakers include (in alphabetical order):
Founder of SHE: Survivor Healing + Empowerment (a healing community for survivors of rape, abuse and sex-trafficking), award-winning poet and performing artist, author of Kore of the Incantation.
Expertise: sex-trafficking; domestic violence; sexual assault
Based in Austin, Texas
Historian, writer, educator, activist
Expertise: sexual violence on college campuses; feminist activism; LGBT and women’s history; oral history
Based in Philadelphia, PA
Associate Professor of American Studies at UT, author of Unspeakable Violence
Expertise: transnational feminist theories; violence, trauma and borderlands history; Latino/a Studies; gender and sexuality studies; immigration activism
Based in Austin, TX
Teacher, writer, activist, co-founder of Mobile Homecoming
Expertise: Black feminism; poetry; publishing
Based in the Southeast
Assistant Professor of Feminist and Gender Studies, activist, writer
Expertise: feminist theory; gender and sexuality; media and popular culture; Black studies; critical race theory; critical whiteness studies; social justice and activism
Based in Colorado Springs, CO
TAMURA A. LOMAX
The Feminist Wire Co-Founder, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, VCU
Expertise: theorist and historian of race, gender, and popular culture
Based in Virginia
Writer, actor, former editor of Racialicious, associate producer of Black Folk Don’t
Expertise: race, feminism, and social media; race, sex, and feminism; race, feminism, and urban planning; race and feminism across media platforms; reproductive justice and media; social justice writing
Sociologist, author of Saving Face, activist
Expertise: medicine and bodies; appearance; intersectional politics; feminist pedagogy; queer life; social justice and activism; girls’ empowerment
Based in Asheville, NC
Activist, author of Undoing Border Imperialism, transnational feminist, co-founder of No One is Illegal and Radical Desist
Expertise: anti-racist feminism; capitalism; immigration; imperialism; violence against women
Based in Vancouver, Canada