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Unlearning Misogyny for Women’s History Month
March 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm PST
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suppression, aversion to, and (even if veiled) hatred of women and all behaviors or traits considered feminine.
How can we unlearn this internalized and externalized cultural limitation, which we often (even unknowingly) reinforce on ourselves & each other?
How can we unwind this suppression and uplift the feminine within all of us? What systemic changes can we push forward to amplify our own efforts?
Meet the Panel:
Award-winning Financial Strategist, championing women’s economic development
Human rights defender for the Queer community, winning decriminalization & rights for LGBTQIA+ citizens
Amy Davies –
Award-winning Brand Designer, seeking to liberate design through an intersectional feminist / queer / gender theory lens
Jennifer McLaughlin –
Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Justice & Faith Collective, uplifting equity through communities of faith
And your host… 🎙️ Lindsey T. H. Jackson!
Lindsey is a creative force in motion. Every year, organizations and outlets like MoPOP, the Washington State GSBA and King5 News call on her to guide thousands of individuals through their shared journeys of Unlearning our culturally patterned biases and traumas. And now, we’re fortunate enough to be one of them!
Through her ongoing research on the root causes of our Western culture of pressure and burnout, Lindsey has spent over 15 years clearing the path to wellness & liberation alongside leaders, teams, and organizations.
And today, she’s the CEO creating the future of work with her team at LTHJ Global — leading the organizational Diversity, Equity & Inclusion evolution from the inside out.
We explored this together in the shared space of our virtual Zoom event on Unlearning Misogyny.
Registration is free for this event each first Wednesday of the month; bring a friend!