Women's History Month
"Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment"
Women's & Gender Resource Center
THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON'S 2016 V-DAY BENEFIT PERFORMANCE- THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES BY EVE ENSLER
Friday, February 12, 2016 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 13, 2016 3:00 p.m.
$10 for General Admission and $5 for UA students.
EJ Thomas Hall, Stage Door.
The University of Akron 's 2016 V-Day Benefit Performance of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues is a global consciousness-raising event and fundraiser to help end violence against women, celebrate women, their bodies, and their experiences.
This event is sponsored by The Women's Resource Center, Women’s Studies Program, Office of Inclusion & Equity, E. J. Thomas Hall and L.I.P Service. The monologues will be performed by UA students, faculty, staff, and Akron community members.
Seating is limited. Tickets can be purchased at the Akron Civic Box Office at 330-253-2488 or at the box office located across the street from the Civic Theatre in the Summit County Building
Or visit uaevents.com for tickets.
THE 2014 VAGINA MONOLOGUES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON. FEBRUARY 1 AND 2, 2014. EJ THOMAS STAGE DOOR.
Venue Details: Live on Stage At EJ Thomas Hall Stage Door. Seating is limited. Call the Thomas Hall Ticket Office at (330) 972-7570 to secure tickets in advance. Further information available at www.uaevents.com E. J. Thomas Hall – The University of Akron
Cost: $5 Students, faculty, and staff and $10 non-UA members. T-Shirts will also be on sale at EJ Thomas Hall
The University of Akron's 2014 V-Day benefit performance of Eve Ensler's “The Vagina Monologues” is a consciousness-raising event and fundraiser to help end violence against women and to celebrate women, their bodies and their experiences. All proceeds benefit the V-Day Organization and the Rape Crisis Center of Summit and Medina counties. The monologues will be performed by UA students, faculty, staff and Akron community members.
Sponsored by the Women’s & Gender Resource Center, The Multicultural Center, Women's Studies Program, Office of Inclusion and Equity and EJ Thomas Hall.
DR. CONSUELA WARD. ‘POWER AND PRIVILEGE’. FEBRUARY 6, 2014. STUDENT UNION.
Dr. Consuela Ward has more than 15 years of experience in the field of diversity as a speaker, consultant, trainer, instructor, administrator, and coach. Her workshop will tackle the ways in which ‘race affects our view of the world like a pair of glasses or perhaps shades. We see through a lens based on a perspective influenced by power dynamics in lived experience’.
Sponsored by The Women’s & Gender Resource Center, The Multicultural Center, Office of Inclusion and Equity and The Student Union.
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR. FEBRUARY 26, 2014. E.J. THOMAS HALL.
The two-time Grammy Award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir is heralded as one of the most exciting groups to emerge in world music in recent years. Under the direction of choirmaster David Mulovhedzi, the choir draws on the best talent from the many churches and communities in and around Soweto, South Africa. Since its first international performances in Australia in 2002, the Soweto Gospel Choir has become a worldwide phenomenon performing to sold-out audiences throughout the world.
Tickets: EJ Thomas Hall, 198 Hill Street Akron, OH 44325-0501. A - $36.50, B - $26.50, UA Students - $11.50. Ticket Office: (330) 972-7570.
Sponsors: The Multicultural Center, The Women's & Gender Resource Center, The Office of Inclusion & Equity & EJ Thomas Hall.
WOMEN'S WELLNESS FAIR. MARCH13, 2014. THE STUDENT UNION CONCOURSE.
All are invited to come by the booths and enjoy displays focusing on women’s health issues. The Women's Wellness Fair vendors include: Lupus Foundation of America, Planned Parenthood of Northeast Ohio, Community AIDS Network Akron Pride Initiative (CANAPI), Battered Women\'s Shelter of Summit and Medina Counties, The University of Akron Student health Services, The University of Akron Student Recreation and Wellness Program, Title IX Coordinator, Alliance For Healthy Youth, American Heart Association and Akron Children's Hospital Sickle Cell Program.
Sponsored by The Multicultural Center, Women's & Gender Resource Center, Office of Inclusion & Equity, The Student Union and Supported by The Women's Studies Program.