Womens Center Events
Upcoming Bowman Center Supported Events
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Friday Sept. 6th - Look for us Friday at the Club Fair and Welcome Back BBQ!
Monday Sept. 9th - Dominican Republic Service Trip Interest Meeting
12:30 in New Hall G06
Monday Sept. 9th - Women's Center Open House 7:30pm in New Hall G06
Week of Sept. 16 - International Day of Peace is 9/21/13 and we well celebrate all week
with Peace Postcard display in SSU.
Showing of Until the Violence Stops 9/18/13 @ 6:30pm in RB202
Week of Sept. 23 - I Love My Body Week look for us in SSU and sign the I Love My Body Banner.
Showing of the film Miss Representation 9/23/13 @ 7pm in RB202
The Sr. Thea Bowmen Center for Women Presents:
8th Annual Week Without Violence
Monday Oct. 7: Invisible War, a documentary about sexual assault in the military, will be shown at 6:30 in RB 202. It will be followed by a Q&A with Lt. Colonel Samantha Ross, sharing her personal perspective on what is being done in the military to address this very important issue. Co-sponsored event – Watch trailer here
Wednesday Oct. 9: The documentary film “We Intend to Survive” A History of the Capital District LGBT Community will be shown in L-26 at 5pm. Co-sponsored event
Thursday Oct. 10: Domestic Violence Speaker: Martha Warner will be speaking in SSU 243 at 7pm . She will be talking about her daughter Liza, a victim of domestic homicide, and spreading awareness about the warning signs of abusive relationships. Watch tribute to Liza here
Friday Oct. 11: Operation Red Zone: A program addressing Sexual Assault Awareness, Dating Violence Prevention, and Bystander Intervention from 7-9:30 in the Maloney Great Room. The event will include food & prizes!
* Also look for the Women’s Center tabling in SSU during Free Period Mon/Wed/Fri to sign petitions about sexual assault and our Week Without Violence These Hands Are Not for Hurting Banner.
Past Events Spring 2013
Friday February 1st – Super Bowl Bingo Cards in SSU and Serra
Friday February 8th – Sweatshop workers from Haiti and Honduras 12:30pm in RB202
Saturday February 9th – Ours to Do Women Leading the Way Day
Feb. 14th – V-Day 1 Billion Rising 12:35 SSU front steps facing academic quad
Feb. 15th – Pink Zone Game for Breast Cancer - Siena ARC 7pm
Feb. 18th - Anti-Fracking Concert Film 6pm in G33
Feb 25th – Dating Doctor Kerry Cronin – SSU 243 7pm
Feb. 27th - UnHooked: How young women pursue sex delay love and lose at both - 12:30 Women's Center
March Eating Disorders Awareness Month
March 8th – free period – Penelope Andrews - Dean of Albany Law
March 13th - Dr. Tom Keith - The Bro Code - 7pm SSU 243
Week of March 18 – Anti- Human Trafficking Week
Monday the 18th. RB202 7pm—Film: Very Young Girls
Tuesday the 19th: SSU 241-242 8pm- Interactive In Their Shoes Workshop - participants experience an eye opening simulation of the trafficking process, while making the decisions of a trafficking victim. Love146 speaker will conclude the night talking about what everyday people can do to fight trafficking.
Wednesday the 20th: SSU 243 7pm- Panel on Human Trafficking
Dr. Ausra Park, Political Science Dept. Siena College - addressing trafficking in Eastern Europe.
Bob Atherton, Executive Director of Amirah- a non-profit organization located in the Boston area dedicated to providing effective, whole person aftercare for survivors of modern day slavery.
Cori Brooks, Victim Specialist from the FBI
David Fallon FBI Special Agent, both talking about an initiative they have created to help minors who are victims of trafficking in the US.
Thursday the 21st: 4 tables in SSU—Bra Drive - Free the Girls
Friday the 22nd: SSU Tabling and petition
There will be tabling, petitioning and a bra drop off in the SSU during free period all week!
Bowman Center for Women Supported Events for April
4/9 - Tuesday: Clothesline Project Shirt Decorating @ 6-8pm in SSU 235
4/10 - Wednesday: Panel on Disordered Eating and Athletic/Academic Performance @ 7pm in the ARC
4/15-18 Immigration Week
Monday - 4/15 Free Period in SSU Atrium we’ll shed some light on common misconceptions; show you the pathways to immigration. 6pm in G33 watch Which Way Home
Tuesday - 4/16 12-1:30 in Serrra Dining Hall learn the DREAM Act and why it’s so important to higher education. Sign the petition!
Wednesday - 4/17 Free Period in Massry play an interactive passport game during Roots Café. 9pm in L26 Hear students’ stories of immigration & enjoy a Fair Trade chocolate tasting.
Thursday - 4/18 12:35-1:30pm in SSU Atrium mark on the map where your family immigrated to the US from. Learn about current federal legislation.
Friday - 4/19 11:-12:20 in the Molinari Room attend a workshop on farmworker justice as part of the Fair Trade Conference.
4/19 – Friday: Siena Fair Trade Conference – focus on Food Justice @ 9am-2pm in SSU
4/20 – Saturday: Honor and Awesome Woman Brunch @ 11am in Massry
Tickets on sale for $10 4/5 and 4/10 in SSU
4/27 - Saturday: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - Troy
5/1 - Wednesday: LUNAFEST
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