Make your own zine for International Women’s Day!
Tamara Dávila (Human Rights Fellow) and Anne Marie Butler (Assistant Professor of Art History and Women, Gender, and Sexuality) will discuss feminists in activist movements and their impact in the United States and around the world while students create inspirational zines. Dinner will be provided.
Accessibility and Childcare for Events
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Programs are offered in English. Participants are encouraged to contact us at least three days in advance of the event if they need interpretation and we will do our best to provide accommodations.
Our building is wheelchair accessible and equipped with six gender-neutral restrooms, two of which are wheelchair accessible. The Monroe St. entrance is recommended for participants with mobility challenges.
At this time we are unable to provide childcare during our events. However, children are always welcome at the Arcus Center and we keep children’s toys and games in stock for use during our programming. We want parents to feel comfortable engaging with their families while participating in our events.