For women, and especially women of color, the act of surviving and thriving in harsh environments is an act of political resistance. Join us for a panel discussion between women of color who have taken on the work of caring for the community. The panel will discuss ways in which they themselves have survived and healed during this work.
Flor Olivio, Program Coordinator at the Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah (Moderator)
Lex Scott, Founder of Black Lives Matter Utah;
Susi Feltch-Malohifo'ou, Executive Director for Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources (PIK2AR);
Kristina Groves, LCSW (Ute/Hopi/Chinese), counselor in the Red Mesa Counseling program at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake; and
Deb Daniels, Director for the U’s Women’s Resource Center and Assistant Vice Rresident for Women’s enrollment initiatives.
Pizza & Politics
Building 73 Room 110