Camera As Witness: Human Dignity—Faces of ImmigrationThis film series is moderated by Jasmina Bojic, Camera as Witness program director and founder of the UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) international documentary film festival. This year, Bojic is devoting the series to the urgent and fraught challenge of human immigration.
This event begins with a fifty-minute Vinyasa Yoga Flow class that takes place on the grass lawn next to the Anderson Collection at Stanford. Following the class, a tour of the Anderson Collection will take place throughout the galleries.
Participants should have some prior yoga experience and come prepared with a yoga mat and sunscreen. Yoga attire is recommended. Lockers are available inside the museum for items to be stored prior to gallery tour.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required. No walk-ons.
As part of the IDEAL IT Neurodiversity at Stanford pilot, University IT is hosting a private screening of Intelligent Lives to raise awareness and understanding about neurodiversity.
About Intelligent Lives
In this symposium, panelists will discuss gender equality today, what progress has been made in the last two decades, and what barriers prevent additional change. The audience will leave with a new understanding of the durability of inequality and with actionable steps to generate equality in their organizations and communities.
Join us for a conversation with Freada Kapor Klein, a founding partner at Kapor Capital and a pioneer in the field of organizational and cultural diversity. At Kapor Capital, Kapor Klein focuses on providing seed-stage funding to technology startups that make a positive social impact on low income communities and communities of color. Through her work with the Kapor Center and the Level the Playing Field Institute, she spearheads efforts to make the technology ecosystem and entrepreneurship more diverse and inclusive.
Who gets admitted to selective universities and why? Who should benefit from university resources? When controversies erupt, what values should guide their resolution?
Graduate students from diverse backgrounds interact with individuals who, while we may consider them as members of ally communities, do not consistently act as allies. Participants will discuss examples of this challenge and possible methods to responding in constructive ways. Interactive activities include role-plays, scenarios, and vignettes in which participants can learn how to model “in the moment” response strategies.
The Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference has been an incredible program for the WCC community for the past 13 years (for more information, see below). This academic year, in 2019, the WCC Staff are excited to announce that moving forward this program will be re-imagined into the Stanford Gender, Equity, and Justice Summit.
Mark your calendars: the 2019 Stanford Gender, Equity, and Justice Summit will take place on Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:30am-4pm in the Alumni Center!