By Sexual Correspondent Andrea (AJ) Plaid
I swear the Owner/Editrix is keeping us at the Crimson this month.
First, Latoya participated in a Social Activism panel hosted by the Harvard Black Law Student Association.
On Thursday, March 10–to celebrate Feminist Coming Out Day–I will join Lori Adelman from Feministing, Lena Chen from the Ch!cktionary, and Sady Doyle from Tiger Beatdown for a panel discussion on activism and the feminist blogosphere sponsored by the .
Our panel is actually a two-parter: the other panel–with , Julie Zeilinger (The F-Bomb), Cherie Hannouche from the Daily Femme, and Anna North (Jezebel), and Chloe Angyal (Feministing)–will talk about feminist blogging as a career.
Please join all of us at Harvard College’s Ticknor Lounge (in Boylston Hall) from 7-8:30PM for an engaging evening of figuring out where feminism is, how to go from here, and how to do what we love–and stand up for what we believe in–and get paid for it.
The best part: the panel is free and open to the public! So, if you’re in the Boston area, I’d love to meet and chat with you. For more information, check here.
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