Black Women Lead in Rhode Island

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The women’s movement must play a key role in addressing racism and gender inequity. Join us for a conversation with Black women leading RI organizations at the intersection of economic, racial & gender justice on how we can use this moment of awakening to drive a meaningful shift towards change.

Moderator: Reza Clifton

Speakers:

Kimberly Zouzoua, VP of Strategic Partnerships, CWE

Ditra Edwards, Sista Fire

Lisa Ranglin, RIBBA

Event Date
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Event time
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Cost / donation
FREE
Contact
Ellie Brown,
ebrown@wfri.org
Categories
Community Events

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