Women’s Empower Hour is an event series that strives to support Asian American women and create solidarity within our communities. Through various educational workshops and lunch discussions, we have discussed issues such as Euro centrism, the fetishization of Asian American women, complexities of dual identities, and more. By creating safe spaces when women can share stories and learn about themselves, we aim to discover ways in which we can work together to embrace our unique identities.


Women's Empower Hour

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    Tues. 09/29 - Dr. Anita Anantharam at 1PM

    Dr. Anita Anantharam, award-winning professor at the University of Florida in the areas of leadership, women’s empowerment and diversity and the importance of social capital for personal growth. Dr. A will be speaking on the milestone and racial barriers of the 19th Amendment & implications of the upcoming election. https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pcuugqTotE9UVJfwQlzsOyg-PCnXT1_bm

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    Thurs. 10/15 - Suraiya Sharker at 5PM

    Suraiya Sharker, activist and community organizer with the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum – Georgia Chapter will be joining us to facilitate workshop session around Activism, Voter and Civic Engagement, and Reproductive Justice. https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0udeiqrTIvG9c2Y_bcnyzyY1taT_nqzSZS

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    Tues. 11/10 - Dr. Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez at 5PM

    Dr. Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez, Professor of American Studies and Director of the Honors Program at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Her research interests are in tourism and militarism, transnational cultural studies, feminist theory. She is currently developing several projects on Filipinx/Indigenous encounters; solidarity tours; and the politics of hospitality. *This event is in partnership with the Indigenous American Student Association and the observance of Native American Heritage Month. https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0oceqtrjIiEtEYqbaQnoxC3uUTjVqEH683