The Yellow Springs Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will be having two programs in March that could potentially be of interest to the Feminists of Wright State University. Additionally, I facilitate the 8:30 AM Discussion group and will be selecting feminist topics for those two days if anyone is interested in participating prior to the 10:00 AM program. No one will attempt to convert you, and everyone is respected and the Yellow Springs UU Fellowship is a GLBT friendly congregation.
Sunday, March 4: 8:30 a.m.: Spiritual discussion group.
10:00 a.m.: "Bury Me in a Free Land." With March 4th serving as a Sunday threshold between Black History Month and Women's History month, guest speaker Eliza Galaher will explore the presence and voices of African American women in the history and theology of Unitarian Universalism.
Sunday, March 11: 8:30 a.m.: Spiritual discussion group.
10:00 a.m: "The Challenges and Possibilities Entailed in the Current Encounters between European Feminisms and Muslim Integration in Western Europe." The speaker for this International Women's Day program is Yveta Jusova, Professor of Women's Studies at Antioch College and Director of the College's Comparative Women's Studies Program in Europe. For the past three fall sessions she has led the European program, in which students meet and study with feminists and activists in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Poland, and Germany. Jusova will speak from her current research and extensive personal experience in Europe.