Events + Programming


March 7-18

Global Feminism: Gender Struggles, Movements, and Triumphs

March 7, 12:30 PM

Natasha Bingnham, research talk: “Putin and the Lesbian Community in Post-Soviet Russia”

March 8, 6:30 PM Audubon Room: International Women’s Day

“Sewing Community: Ahadi Quilts, NGOs, and the Politics of Textiles in Africa”

 March 9, 12:30PM, Marquette 315

Judge Tiffany Chase: A Life in the Judiciary

 March 9, 7PM, Satchmo’s, Danna Center

“Feminist Speak Out – Open Mic Night at Satchmo’s”


Feminist Culture: Celebrating the Voices of Women & Feminists in the Arts

March 10, 12:30 PM, Marquette 315:

Feminist Fridays: Discussion of Feminist Voices in Pop Culture

 March 10, 3:30 PM, Peace Quad:

Feminist Concert

 March 10, 7:00PM, Miller Hall 114:

Film Screening "She Was Famous" and Talk with Director Kenna J. Moore

 March 11, 2:00 PM Art Gallery, Danna Center Basement

International Feminist Film Festival


Feminism & The Resistance: We Are the Fourth Wave

March 13: 6PM, Marquette 315

Movement Mondays: Feminist Action Item of the Week

March 14: 12:30, Audubon Room

“Jessica Rareshide Presents Interviewing with Purpose: Empowering Women in the Workforce”

 March 14, 7PM, Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall

“Fourth Wave Feminism: Building an Intersectional, Intergenerational & Inclusive Movement”

 March 15, 5PM, St. Charles Room

Successful Women in the Arts

March 15 & March 16, 7PM Roussell Hall

Her Story: MÄ—lange Dance Company explores the waves of feminism


Building Feminist Power in Politics

March 17, 12:30 PM, Marquette 315,

Feminist Fridays: Discussion of Fourth Wave Feminist Politics

March 17, 3:30, Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery, Monroe Library, 4th Floor

Feminist Happy Hour

 March 18, Tulane University

Running Start - Elect Her: hosted by Tulane University’s Newcomb College Institute and Loyola’s Women’s Resource Center

 **Open to Loyola and Tulane Students via application, see:


Feminist Festival Exhibition: (March 7-18) Displays of academic, artistic, and activist works by Loyola women and by Loyola persons of all genders that explore feminist themes.

Monroe Library Living Room

 One Loyola Room, March 7-18: My student staff, WRC volunteers, and I will host interactive feminist activities in the Danna Center walkway and One Loyola Room throughout the festival.




November 5: Advocacy Training for Sexual Assault

Location: Bobet Hall 208

Time: 8:30-5:00


November 9: Equal Means Equal Screening (a documentary about the struggle for gender equality)

Location: Nunemaker Hall

Time: 7PM


November 17: Transgender 102 Workshop

Location: Multimedia I

Time: 12"30-1:50



Tuesday, Oct. 18, Marquette 315

Mindfulness and Feminism with Laurie Cassidy

Monday, Oct. 24, 7PM, Nunemkaer
Screening of Audrie & Daisy: a story of rape, social, media, and bullying
Panel: Women's Resource Center, Title IX Deputy, and representatives from STAR, LaFASA, and University Counseling

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 6:30-8:30 PM
Location: Seminar Room 4
Screening/Workshop: Escalation: "Escalation is a powerful, emotionally-engaging 90-minute film based workshop that educates your community about relationship violence and empowers you to work for change. Research based. Facilitated by students. Free."

Wednesday, Oct. 26, 6:00 PM
Oct. 26, 6PM, Spoken Word on Gender Violence
Location: Dillard University Library

*Also Wednesday, Oct. 26, 6:30 PM
Location: Octavia Room
Multicultural Louisiana Council Sponsors
“What Does It Mean To Be An Ally?”: A Discussion of Gender Biases and Sexual Assault

Oct. 27, 6PM, Take Back the Night
Location: Loyola Horseshoe
Event: The event will include an introduction by Representative Helena Moreno and a keynote speaker who is a survivor of sexual assault.
We will have a candlelight vigil and a march around uptown through Tulane and back to Loyola
At the Aububon room, there will be a speakout in which any survivors who wish will stand up and share their stories

Upcoming Fall Events 


Every Friday: 12:30-2:00, Marquette 315, Feminist Fridays (pizza served)

Sept. 14: 5:30-6:30, Marquette 315 Take Back the Night Meeting (join us to plan Take Back the Night)

Sept. 22: 12:30-2:00, Monroe 610 (Workshop for women on how to succeed in the Workforce)
• Jessica Rareshide, “Corporation of One®: Branding for Career Success Workshop for Women”

Sept. 23: 3:30-5:30, Marquette 315 Women’s Resource Center Party

Sept. 27: 12:30-2:00, Audubon Room (Forum on Women and Political Power: “Barriers and Solutions to Increasing Women’s Political Power”
• Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell, District B, New Orleans City Council
• Dr. Laura M. Badeaux, Director Louisiana Center for Women in Government and Business
• Dr. Anna Mahoney, Director of Research, Newcomb Research Center, Tulane University
• Representative Helena N. Moreno, District 93, Louisiana State Legislature
• Dr. Rosalind Blanco Cook, President League of Women Voters New Orleans

Sept. 27, 6:30-8:00, Monroe 312 Women in Leadership Workshop for students; facilitated by Moira Phippin and Patricia Boyett



Upcoming Spring Events

April 5: Artist Patricia Cronin's Talk on Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice (Miller Hall 114 at 6:30PM)

Take a Stand Against Gender Violence: Sexual Nonviolence Week April 11-15
April 11-15: Activities and information in One Loyola Room *Also accepting non-perishable items donations for the Family Justice Center and SANE Nurses

April 12 (12:30 PM - 1:30 PM, St. Charles Room, Dana Center): Krav Maga Self-Defense Training

April 13 (7PM - 9PM, Monroe 610): Screening and Discussion: The Hunting Ground (a documentary on sexual assault on college campuses)

April 15: (12:30 PM -2:00 PM, Marquette 315) Feminist Friday discussion gender violence (pizza served)

Final Semester Events
April 12 (6PM): Tulane Event--Rechler Room 202, Lavern-Bernick: Understanding the Cuts in Funding to Women's Health: A Panel Discussion with Peter Shin, Ph.D., M.P.A. George Washington University; Karissa HaugeberAssistant Professor of History, Tulane University; Amy Irvin, Executive Director, New Orleans Abortion Fund

April 19 (7PM Nunemaker Hall): Professor Francis Dolan of UC Davis lecture: "Shakespeare, Women, & Wine"

Previous Spring Events

MARCH 31: TRANS 101 Workshop, presented by the Gender Exploration Society and hosted by WRC and UCC (Location/Time: Multimedia II 7PM)

Feminist Festival, March 1-11

Presented by the Women’s Resource Center and Women’s Studies

Tues., Mar 1: Pioneers & Pathbreakers: Resilience & Revival of Feminism
April Prince Talks Women Musicians in Blues and Country, Marquette Hall 315 (12:30-2:00 PM)
Pioneering Women in the Music Industry, Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall (7:00-9:30 PM)

Wed., Mar. 2: Why The F-Word Frees Us All
Panel: Why We Still Need Feminism in America: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall (6:30-8:30 PM)

Thurs., Mar. 3: Shattering Glass Ceilings: Empowering Women at Work
Business Women’s Luncheon, Fully Reserved
Electric Girls Demonstration; Women in STEM Discussion; Reception, Monroe Hall 610 (5:30-7:30 PM)

Fri.-Sun Mar. 4-6: Feminism in the Arts: Why Women’s Voices Matter
Feminist Fridays Discussion: Feminism in the Arts, Marquette Hall 315 (12:30-2:00 PM)
Nola-Loyola Feminist Short Film Festival
• Saturday, March 5: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall (2:00-7:00PM)
• Sunday, March 6: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall (12:00-5:00 PM)
Saturday, March 5: Feminist Theater: A Night of Play Readings, Lower Depths Theater (7:30-9:00 PM)

Mon.: Mar. 7: Dreaming of a Feminist World: Pride in the Pack
All-Day Visual Campaigns on Campus

Tues. Mar. 8: International Women’s Day: Feminism & Freedom
Student/Faculty Panel on International Feminism, Audubon Room (12:30-2:00PM)
Interfaith Prayer Vigil: Finding the Feminine Divine in Me, Ignatius Chapel (6:30-7:30 PM)

Wed. Mar. 9: Feminism & Justice: Campaigns Against Gender Violence
Human Trafficking Forum: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall (6:30-8:30 PM)

Thurs., Mar. 10: Feminist Bridges: Diversity & Intersectionality in Holistic Feminine
Yoga, University Sports Complex (9:00-10:00 AM)
Lunch: Discussion: Feminist Bridges: Intersectionality & Alliances, Marquette 315 (12:30-2:00PM)
A Talk by Christie Hartley: “Feminism, Religion, and Shared Reason”, Thomas Hall (5:30-7:30 PM)

Fri., Mar. 11: The Empowerment of Feminism: Leadership & Liberty
Feminist Fridays Discussion: Feminist Politics, Marquette 315 (12:30-2:00 PM)
Feminist Happy Hour, Marquette 315 (3:30-5:00 PM)
Feminist Concert. Res Quad (6:00-9:00 PM)


Weekly: Feminist Fridays

Feb. 18: Feminist Festival Committee Meeting

Love Your Body Week Feb. 22-26

Health and Sexuality with Dr. Julie Finger, in MA 315

Vagina Monologues: presented by Feminist Fridays on Feb. 24-26 



January 21: Feminist Festival Committee Planning Meeting

January 29, Joanna Staskiewicz talk: Why There is No Feminist Movement in the Catholic Church