This edition: The Women's Movement Through the CUNY LensTweet
Original tape date: December 28, 2017.
First aired: December 28, 2017.
On this month’s episode: the women’s movement as seen through the CUNY lens. CUNY’s The Feminist Press is approaching 50 years of publishing, and recently welcomed a new leader to carry out its vital mission; Women’s and gender studies at Borough of Manhattan Community College; Michelle Fine of the Graduate Center talks about Title IX and the current state of sexual harassment laws on campus; graffiti artist and Baruch College grad Indie184; and Brooklyn College film department Chair Alexandra Juhasz talks about filmmaking and the image in an era of patriarchy.
YZ Chin Author, “Though I Get Home”
Prof. Michelle Fine Distinguished Professor of Social Psychology, The Graduate Center/CUNY
Indie184 Graffiti Artist
Alexandra Juhasz Film Department Chair, Brooklyn College/CUNY
Bernice Sandler The Godmother of Title IX, City College, MA
Adrien Smith Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
Jamie Warren Assistant Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
Brianne Waychoff Associate Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
Jamia Wilson Executive Director, Feminist Press