Speaker: Rev. Margret O'Neall

Womyn Have Always Worked

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The mythology of “separate spheres” for the work performed by womyn and men was created in the Victorian period in England, and used to justify unequal treatment of the genders throughout society. Let us explore the role of womyn in the world, and pledge to undo systems of gender inequality.

Wear Orange Sunday – We Can Make a Difference

Each year across the United States many lives are lost and others are severely injured by the use of guns. These deaths and injuries occur at rates much higher than in similar nations around the world. Gun violence is a public health crisis, preventable with legislation and enforcement to restrict access to firearms and to promote gun safety. Today we wear orange to remember those who have been affected by gun violence. We mourn the devastating loss of lives and the impact on families and communities, even as we work for change in steadfast hope for change.

Break the Bias!

Imagine a gender equal world: A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination – diverse, equitable, and inclusive – where difference is valued and celebrated.  Together we can forge women’s equality; collectively we can all #BreakTheBias: in our communities, our workplaces, schools, colleges and universities.  Together, we can all break the bias - on International Women’s Day and beyond.