Women’s Equality Day Program: We Can Be the Change We Need – The Fight Continues
September 11, 2020 - November 30, 2021
View our two-part, 90-minute, pre-recorded program; comment on it here or via our FaceBook page if you wish.
Part I and Part 2: Lifting as We Climb: Black Suffragists and Our Continuing Fight for Equality in Attitude and Law (39:13)
We are focusing on women of color and white women, to render Women’s Equality Day authentically inclusive. Attention energizes – when we listen to each other we become aware. Intention transforms – choosing to act on what we learn can bring about the change we want. When working together we can be a force for fixing our society. Parts 1 and 2 are introductory and informative videos, including “Untold Stories of Black Women in the Suffrage Movement” and a Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith recorded in November 2018 with her mother, daughter, co-worker and Jane Elliott, an activist for racism awareness.
Part 3: The Panel and Conversation (1:08:54)
We asked a panel of awesome and mindful women to tell us their inspirational stories and lessons learned. The panel will advise us on how we can become the change we want and need. Our moderator Reverend Renai Collins will introduce our five panelists. After viewing, please contribute to the continuing conversation!