February 18, 11am-2pm. MavAve
Come explore the many ways you can be healthier at the 2014 Women's Center Health Fair! Many vendors, from both on campus and off, will showcase opportunities and insights for students on how increase their overall well-being. Complete the Health Fair passport and students can enter to win some great prizes!
February 18, 7pm. Taylor Center
Laverne Cox is a Emmy nominee, June's Time magazine cover, Trans Activist/Artist Star of the hit series Orange is the New Black and the first trans-woman of color to have a leading role on a mainstream scripted television show. The Women's Center, LGBT Center, and Gender and Women's Studies are proud to host Ms. Cox for the 11th annual Carol Ortman Perkins Lecture! Save the date!
Tickets are availble but running out! So get them soon!
MSU students get 1 free ticket
Staff / Faculty - $10
Community - $15
Non - MSU Students with ID - $5
Everyone @ the door - $20
February 24, 7pm. Ostrander
Young LakotaYoung Lakota chronicles the life defining choices faced by three young people as they try to forge a better future for their tribe while securing their own well being.
Devoting herself to healthcare and fighting domestic violence, Ms. Fire Thunder took the controversial move of standing and winning the election to be Tribal Leader, making her the first woman to do so. She also opened a Women’s Clinic so that all members of her tribe and the state had access to domestic violence and family planning services.
Watch the trailer here! http://younglakota.com/