Bldg 65, Room 217 (UU217)
Bldg. 65, Room 217
Storytelling is a powerful medium. It allows the expression, connection, and processing of shared - and new - experiences. It is our stories that connect us and giving voice to those stories allows us to heal.
OWN was created as a platform to reflect and include the experiences of Cal Poly womxn as holistic individuals, written by and for self-identified womxn students. OWN explores how gender, feminism, social justice movements, race, ethnicity, culture, class, academics, family dynamics, sexual orientation, faith/spirituality, body image, sexual violence, sex, relationship, love, power, oppression, privilege, personal growth, and other intersecting identities create and contribute to the various experiences and lives of women.
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Starting in early February and culminating with a celebration on February 13th, Galentine’s Day is a about womxn celebrating womxn (thank you Leslie Knope). With different focuses each year, we host booths in the UU Plaza and celebrate different facets of womxnhood. Come make crafts, see empowerment activities, and meet other amazing womxn. To be a part of the planning committee, email firstname.lastname@example.org with Galentine’s Day in the subject line.
Surrounding International Womxn's Month in March, this event is meant to educate and empower womxn identified individuals through the representation of a variety of historical figures. The goal of this event is to not only demonstrate the strong impact womxn have had in every aspect of history, but also represent the different images that represent womxnhood,
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