MeToo: One Year Later

Conference/Symposium | January 18 | 1-4 p.m. | Boalt Hall, School of Law, Booth Auditorium 175

 Kathryn R. Abrams, Herma Hill Kay Distinguished Professor of Law, Berkeley Law; Leah Benavides, Writer and Director; Aya Gruber, Professor of Law, University of Colorado Boulder; Lara Stemple, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and International Student Programs, UCLA School of Law

 Roxane Gay, Author of Bad Feminist and Hunger

 Russell Robinson, Walter Perry Johnson Professor of Law, Berkeley Law

 Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture, Center for Race & Gender, The Division of Equity & Inclusion’s Campus Climate, Affirmation and Empowerment Series

Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture and Center for Race & Gender present:

Friday, January 18, 2019
#MeToo: One Year Later
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Booth Auditorium 175, Berkeley Law

RSVP by January 11 for a free lunch:
https://berkeleylaw.wufoo.com/forms/metoo-one-year-later/

This conference will spotlight how harassment and discrimination impact people with a range of different identities, including people of color and LGBTQ people, and examine the extent to which the #MeToo movement has brought lasting change.

1:00pm to 2:30pm – Keynote Speaker:
Roxane Gay
Author of Bad Feminist and Hunger

2:30pm to 4:00pm – Panel Discussion:

Welcome Remarks:
Russell Robinson
Walter Perry Johnson Professor of Law
Faculty Director, Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture

Panelists:
Kathryn R. Abrams
Herma Hill Kay Distinguished Professor of Law

Leah Benavides
Writer and Director

Aya Gruber
Professor of Law, University of Colorado Boulder

Lara Stemple
UCLA School of Law, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and International Student Programs
Director, Health and Human Rights Law Project


Generously co-sponsored by: The Division of Equity & Inclusion’s Campus Climate Speaker, Affirmation and Empowerment Series

 Caroline Cheng, Events and Projects Specialist, Berkeley Law, Berkeley, CA 94720, ccheng@law.berkeley.edu, 510-642-9919