Dance Your Heart Out All Women Dance Party

Dance Your Heart Out All Women’s Dance Party
w/ DJ Lady Zen & Special Guests
Sat. February 17, 8p-Midnight

Unitarian Fellowship (http://www.uuathens.org/)
184 Longview Heights Rd, Athens, Ohio
Admission $5

Fundraiser Party for the SuBAMUH Women’s Land Trust (http://home.frognet.net/~sbamuh/). Tix available @ Hoffas, UCM, OU Women’s Studies Office, and at the door. Donations appreciated. Free child care is available if you pre-register.
BYOBE Responsible. Non-alcoholic beverages and appetizers from local donors served.
Contact SusanBAnthony -at- frognet.net 740-448-6424

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Get ready to Go Red in Athens County!

Get ready to Go Red in Athens County!
Join WellWorks and the American Heart Association’s fight against heart disease by participating in these local Go Red for Women Day activities.
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Inside/Outside Art Talk: Sara Gilfert

Inside/Outside Art Talk: Sara Gilfert
Thursday, Feb 1, 4:30pm

The Kennedy Museum of Art (http://www.ohiou.edu/museum/)
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

The Kennedy Museum continues the art talk series with paper artist and founder of Paper Circle (http://www.papercircle.org/) in Nelsonville, Ohio, Sara Gilfert (http://www.thepost.ohiou.edu/archives3/jan03/012803/n3.html).

The Inside/Outside Art Talks at the Kennedy program is sponsored by the Friends of the Kennedy Museum and are free and open to the public. Talks are held on the first Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at Kennedy Museum.
Contact Beth Tragert at 740-593-1304.

Dr. Thelma Foote “Democracy Goes Underground: The Harlem Riots…”

Dr. Thelma Foote
“Democracy Goes Underground: The Harlem Riots of 1935 and 1943, the Black Psyche, and the Founding of the Lafargue Psychiatric Clinic”
Thursday, February 1, 5 PM

Baker Center, rm 231 (http://www.ohio.edu/center/)
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

This lecture is part of the public presentations by candidates for the OU African American Studies Department Chair (http://www.ohiou.edu/aas/)
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Tenia Bannick “What is LEED?”

Tenia Bannick “What is LEED?”
Appalachian Ohio Group Sierra Club
Thursday, Feb 1, 7pm

Athens Community Center, Rm C (http://www.ci.athens.oh.us/aprd/communitycenter/communitycenter.html)
701 E. State St., Athens, Ohio
Free and open to the public

Tenia Bannick is a LEED Accredited Architectural Designer and long time practitioner of sustainable, green, high performance, or integrative design. Continue reading

Girlfriends Guide to Activism: Allison Nordman

Girlfriends Guide to Activism: Allison Nordman
Wednesday, January 31, 6-7:30pm

UCM lounge (http://www.ucmathens.org/)
18 N. College St., Athens, Ohio
Open to all

Dr. Susan Burgess (Political Science and Women’s Studies) will interview OU student activist Allison Nordman in this monthly series featuring women activists. The event is free and open to everyone and will include time for open discussion and Q & A. Refreshments provided.
Contact: UCM: Center for Spiritual Growth & Social Justice, ucmcf -at- frognet.net

Beatrice Selotlegeng on the African Business Environment

Beatrice Selotlegeng on the African Business Environment
African Studies Brown Bag Series
Wednesday, January 31, Noon

Yamada International House Seminar Room (http://www.ohiou.edu/athens/bldgs/burson.html)
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

This lecture in the African Studies Brown Bag Series (http://www.ohio.edu/african/) features Beatrice Selotlegeng (http://www.internationalstudies.ohio.edu/people/visiting-scholars.htm#Beatrice), OU executive-in-residence and interim Women’s Center director.