Upcoming Events

October 9, 2012, NYC

Who: CFs Brittney (“Crunktastic”) and Renina (“ReninaJ)

What: Roundtable on Digital Community Formation

When: 6:30 PM

Where: Barnard Center for Research on Women

Sponsor: Barnard Center for Research on Women

More Info: http://bcrw.barnard.edu/event/digital-community-formation/

October 9, 2012, Scripps College

Who: CF Moya “Moyazb”

What: Digital Alchemy: Women of color’s trans*formative social justice media magic

When: 7:30 PM

Where: Scripps College, Garrison Theater

Sponsor: Scripps College Humanities Institute

More Info

November 1, 2012, Atlanta, GA

Who: CFs Moya, Chanel, Whitney, Sheri and Asha 

What: “Getting Crunk: Fierce Critical Feminism” — An Evening with the Crunk Feminist Collective

When: 4:15p – 6:15p

Where: Emory University, Jones Room, Woodruff Library

Sponsor: Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

November 8, 2012, California State University–East Bay

Who: Sheri Davis-Faulkner (“Sheridf”)

What: “When ‘Keeping It Real’ Goes Wrong: Doing Crunk Feminist Readings of Reality in Media” 

When: 6pm

Where: Diversity Center, CSU East Bay

Sponsor: ASI Presents, CSU East Bay

If you are interested in bringing one or more Crunk Feminists to speak to your campus, community group, church or organization, you can find out more info here: http://crunkfeministcollective.wordpress.com/booking-info/.

3 Responses to “Upcoming Events”

  1. Toni October 26, 2012 at 10:57 AM #

    Come to the University of Virginia in Charlottesville!

    • Wandae January 15, 2013 at 9:23 AM #

      I second that!!!

  2. JoAnn November 3, 2012 at 6:43 PM #

    Hearing the CFC at the speaking event at Emory recently was a great experience. I was moved to tears on the verge of spilling, and the feeling of solidarity was profound. I have only one complaint: your blog states that you aim to give a voice to women and men of color, but I notice that you don’t seem to have a voice for “yellow” women of color. As a Chinese-Malaysian-American woman of (yellow) color, the talk at Emory on Thursday Nov 1 about belonging and finding a space where “we” belong rang a little hollow to me. While I felt a fervor, a solidarity forming, I felt it was not mine to be a part of. I was also, to be fair, disappointed in the lack of turnout of the Asian community at the event. In the spirit of Maxine Hong Kingston and Sonia Shah: where are the “other” women of color?

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