Please join us for the CONVERGE! Conference.
CONVERGE! Re-Imagining the Movement to End Gender Violence
February 7-8, 2014
Fri. 8 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. | Sat., 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Hosted by University of Miami School of Law, University of Miami School of Law Race & Social Justice Law Review, Miami Worker's Center Sisterhood of Survivors, and Center on Applied Feminism-University of Baltimore School of Law.
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For more than 40 years, gender violence has been the focus of U.S. feminist activism.
Where are we headed now?
The CONVERGE! conference will bring together survivors, activists, lawyers, service providers, and academics to reconsider the dominant U.S. responses to gender violence, to build capacity for political mobilization and reform, to share innovative approaches to gender violence, and to promote cross-fertilization and collaboration. Join the CONVERGE! conversation to build a transformative political agenda to refocus U.S. priorities in ways that better address the intersecting inequalities that create and maintain gender violence.
Donna Coker, University of Miami School of Law
Marcia Olivo, Miami Worker’s Center Sisterhood of Survivors
Leigh Goodmark, Co-Director, Center on Applied Feminism, University of Baltimore School of Law
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BETH E. RICHIE is the Director of the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy and Professor of African American Studies and Criminology, Law and Justice at The University of Illinois at Chicago. The emphasis of her scholarly and activist work has been on the ways that race/ethnicity and social position affect women's experience of violence and incarceration, focusing on the experiences of African American battered women and sexual assault survivors.