We’re excited to start a weekly screening of the web series, The Next Question ( watch it online here!: https://www.tnqshow.com/watch).
Hosts Austin Channing Brown, Chi Chi Okwu, and Jenny Brown Potter will expand our imaginations with the help of a new guest contributor each week.
Episode 2 (available online October 13th) will feature musician, writer, and activist, Andre Henry. Together, they will discuss real ways to pursue justice.
The episode screening will be followed by a discussion with questions posted by the show’s producers online. Feel free to bring food / beverages for yourself, or to share if you’d like to.
Join YWCA Princeton, the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, and Womanspace as we walk to raise awareness about gender-based violence. Together, we will walk from YWCA Princeton to Tigers Park in downtown Princeton and back. Our goal is to be visible in the community to bring attention to this issue and work together to support victims of domestic violence. We will start at YWCA Princeton at noon, walk to Tiger Park at 12:10 pm, and return to YWCA Princeton at 1:10 to to learn about volunteer opportunities and ways that we can address and eliminate gender based violence.
We’re proud to collaborate with community partners such as Period. Inc., HiTOPS, and the BRCSJ, at the New Jersey Period Day Rally. The goal of the rally is to promote accessibility to menstrual products, raise awareness, and end the stigmatization of menstruation. Often, homeless or low-income individuals who menstruate must choose between food and hygiene products. In 34 states, there is a sales tax on menstrual products, which makes them less affordable and accessible.
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