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The Institute’s programs and services heal minds, bodies, and spirits from the social, economic, and environmental injustices that African American women face in their daily lives. It creates a safe space for “kitchen table talk,” so African American women can voice their joys, concerns, challenges, and visions for their work in the fields of ecological and social justice.

Kitchen Table Talks

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EWI INTRODUCTION
EcoWomanist Co-Visionaries & Co-Founders, Ms. Valerie Hill Rawls & Ms. Veronica Kyle

Listen in to learn about the creation of the EcoWomanist Institute, and what it means to be an "EcoWomanist."

 

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DR. STEPHANIE Y. EVANS

Professor & Director of the Institute of Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies at Georgia State University

Listen in to learn about Dr. Stephanie's book, and an overview of her research about how Historical Wellness can inform our work to “heal minds, bodies, and spirits.”

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MS. CASSANDRA GUICE

President of Myra Hunter Reeve's Culture Club of NACWC & 2nd Vice President of NACWC's Ohio State Association's Northwest District

Listen in to learn about the history of the National Association of Colored Women's Club (NACWC) and a discussion of the book, "Lifting as They Climb," by Elizabeth Lindsay Davis.