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Teach In: Intersectional Feminism 101

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May. 23 2017, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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COST: Free of Charge

VENUE: Impact hub

ADDRESS: 419 7th St NW #300, Washington, DC 20004, USA

Intersectionality. Feminism. Womanism. After this year's Women's March, these terms are gaining traction in everyday conversations, but what do they mean exactly? If you're passionate about ensuring equality for everyone, regardless of gender, you will not want to miss this teach-in which will explore the importance of keeping feminism intersectional.

Krystal Leaphart and Adryianna Andreus will lead this dynamic workshop so you can emerge as a stronger, informed ally and feminist activist.

Space is limited so reserve your seat today!
https://teachinimpacthubdc.eventbrite.com/

About Krystal:
Krystal Leaphart is a passionate leader and emerging champion for racial justice. Originally from Detroit, she moved to Washington, DC to pursue a degree in Sociology from Howard University where she served as an active student leader. She currently works at NOBEL Women and Rebecca Thompson International, organizations focused on training black women to pursue elected office.

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About Ardriyanna:
Adriyanna Andreus studied Political Science and Community Development at Howard University. She has had a great deal of experience in politics, social justice and civic engagement both locally and internationally. During the 2016 Presidential Campaign, Adriyanna registered 456 students personally at various D.C. Colleges , lead and organized 56 students to phone back at DNC Headquarters for 2016 Election and mobilized 784 DC College Students to knock on 11084 doors during the 2016 Presidential Campaign. Adriyanna also attended the first International Summit in Cap-Haitian, Haiti entitled Elan Haiti. She was one of only 7 students to represent the United States out of the 100 students chosen.

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