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April 2013 Issue

Welcome to The Sarah Doyle Women's Center Journal.  You have been subscribed to our e-newsletter so that you can stay informed about events at the women's center.   We will also feature events and programs pertaining to women and gender that are happening in and around Brown University.  This e-newsletter will be distributed 1-2 times per month.  Subscribers to The Sarah Doyle Women's Center Journal will also receive occasional targeted announcements based on your affiliation (e.g. grad workshops, staff development, etc.)

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The Sarah Doyle Women's Center is turning 40!

The Sarah Doyle Women's Center will begin celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014.   As part of the celebrations, we will be collecting oral histories with Brown alumni who were affiliated with the center.  If you are interested in being interviewed, please e-mail us at sdwc@brown.edu.

Stay tuned for more information!

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

For the calendar of events and programs, click here.

Leora Tanenbaum Lecture

April 10th
Peterutti Lounge
4 pm - 6 pm

Author Leora Tanenbaum '91 will lecture on how to best use social
justice experience such as feminist, LGBTQ+, or labor rights work when applying to internships, fellowships, grants, and graduate school.

To learn more about Leora, vist her webpage.

Birth Story Documentary and Opening Reception for New England Born

Monday, April 22, 2013

New England Born Opening Reception
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm, Sarah Doyle Gallery, 26 Benevolent Street, Providence, RI

Birth Story Screening followed by Panel Discussion
6:45 pm, Salomon 001

Join us for the exhibition opening of "New England Born,"a photo documentary project on American birth practice by Rhode Island artist Lisa Gendron.  We will also be screening "Birth Story," a documentary film about The Farm Midwifery Clinic.

For more information, click here.