Community Dialogue to focus on empowerment and sexual harassment
On Saturday, Jan. 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., the Friends School of Atlanta is hosting their annual Beloved Community Dialogue. The school is located at 862 Columbia Drive in Decatur.
In place to “discuss the most current pressing civil and human rights issues,” this year’s panel will focus on empowerment and ending sexual harassment for the next generation.
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As stated in a recent press release, this topic was chosen “in light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement that is gathering momentum in the media, the halls of Congress, Hollywood and so many other areas of society. This year’s panel will examine the causes and implications of sexual harassment and how to empower the next generation to end it.”
The panel will be moderated by Joyce Davis, Director of Marketing and Communications for Spelman College and Friends School parent.
In addition, Elaine Woo, Legal Director for Atlanta Women for Equality, Ulester Douglas, Executive Director of Men Stopping Violence, and Selima Harleston Lust, Co-Owner of Iwilla Remedies and sexual abuse survivor will be a part of the discussion.
The panel is a free event for the public.
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