How Do Families Resist?

Building on past conversations at CLPP within COFFEE (Conference on Feminist Families, Equality, and Experiences), we want to create a space to wrestle with the intersections of personal, political, and familial in our new political reality. Beginning November 9th, it’s arguable that all the issues surrounding family feel different (and maybe are different) than before. Join us — we’ll discuss differentiating the urgent and the important, asking how we prioritize, find joy, gather strength and continue to move forward in a time of resistance. We will also tackle practical topics like what does family activism look like and how to talk to our kids about Trump and this moment in American history, including rising rates of bigotry in the country.


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