A social justice activism workshop followed by a speech and Q&A. Sponsored by the Bowdoin College Office of Gender Violence Prevention and Education, the Center for Multicultural Life, the Sexuality, Women, and Gender (SWAG) Center, and Bowdoin Healthy Relationships (BeHeRe)
To commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month: a conversation between Tanya Selvaratnam, author of "Assume Nothing", and Jorie Dugan, Legal Advisor for Equality Now. Please tune in via @equalitynoworg or @tanyaauthor on Instagram.
Leading Together Partnership Breakfast to End Domestic Violence
"The Next Wave: Feminism in a post #MeToo world" - Panel with Alexandra Brodsky and Nimmi Gowrinathan
PERFORMANCE WITH CARRIE MAE WEEMS, AND FEATURING CRAIG HARRIS, NONA HENDRYX, DAVID LANG & SO PERCUSSION, MEMORIALIZE THE MOVEMENT, VERNON REID, CARL HANCOCK RUX, AND MORE!
A conversation with Melissa Graves, CEO of the Journey for Safety and Healing, about Assume Nothing and the deep, often hidden issues many women face. Moderated by Dan Moulthrop.
Conversation with New York Times gender reporter, Alisha Haridasani Gupta
"Self-Awareness in Violent Relationships" - conversation with Dr. Mark Epstein
April is Sexual Violence Awareness Month and SEW is pleased to host Tanya Selvaratnam, who will discuss her new book, Assume Nothing: A Story of Intimate Violence.
First 100 Days: Reimagining America series hosted by Harness @iwillharness @sarahsophieflicker
Conversation with Jessica Yellin of News Not Noise about "Assume Nothing", the Cuomo allegations, and more. Tune in @jessicayellin @tanyaauthor
A fundraiser to SAVE The Wild Project; Produced by Heather Litteer, W.O.e.R.D. artists are Elizabeth Koke, Raffaele Mary, Dael Orlandersmith, Tanya Selvaratnam! https://www.amny.com/entertainment/east-villages-wild-project-looks-to-keep-the-arts-going-amid-the-pandemic/
IG Live with artist Michele Pred for International Women's Day @wideawakes and @tanyaauthor
Conversation with Jennifer Friedman, Sanctuary’s Director of the Bronx and Manhattan Legal Project
Women's History Month conversation with Claudia Pena, executive director of For Freedoms
Book launch of "Assume Nothing" - a conversation with journalist Eileen Hoenigman Meyer
Book launch of "Assume Nothing" - a conversation with journalist and author Liz Plank, in partnership with The Meteor
Book launch of "Assume Nothing" - a conversation with multimedia journalist Farai Chideya
Book launch of "Assume Nothing" - a conversation with author Andrew Solomon
Book launch of "Assume Nothing" - a conversation with journalist and USC Annenberg fellow Cindi Leive, in partnership with The Meteor
"Why aren’t artists considered essential workers in today’s economic and political climate?" Curated by For Freedoms and moderated by For Freedoms Co-Founder, Michelle Woo and Executive Director Claudia Pena, featuring Caran Hartsfield, PJ Raval, and Tanya Selvaratnam.
Join ICP’s Curator at Large Isolde Brielmaier, Our Body Politic host and author Farai Chideya, and producer and writer Tanya Selvaratnam for an evening celebrating the release of Brielmaier’s Tang Teaching Museum publication, Culture as Catalyst.
"Power Together: Networking now more important than ever" - Panelists: Taneshia Nash Laird (Newark Symphony Hall / NIVA), Niama Safia Sandy (The Blacksmiths), Tanya Selvaratnam (Wide Awakes) Moderated by Bill Bragin (The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi/globalFEST/NA Presenters
In this virtual baking session, we'll be talking about the protests, the pandemic, and the upcoming election with special guest activists Kimberly Ellis and Tanya Selvaratnam.
Women and Migration(s) webinar hosted by NYU Washington, DC with NYU Tisch's Deb Willis and Ellyn Toscano
Moderated by Dr. Lisa Coleman, as part of NYU Womxn100 and in partnership with 370 🅙 Project and IAAA/CBVC, the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI)
How does the writing process change when the subject matter you chose long ago is suddenly all over the news?