Kennesaw State Intersectionality Conference

Friday, November 5, 2021 8:45am to 4:00pm

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Kennesaw State University is proud to host the first Intersectionality Conference, sponsored by KSU’s Division of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence and promoted by the six Presidential Commissions, which serve as advisory committees to the president. The conference is FREE for participants and will be held on Friday, November 5, at the KSU Center from 8:45 am to 4:00 pm. 

This conference will provide a safe place for students, faculty, and staff, as well as members outside of the KSU community, to explore the ways that societal structures or biases may impact people based on multiple factors of their identities.  The conference will feature presentations by KSU community members who are seeking justice in many different ways. 

Our keynote speaker, Jayme Alilaw, is a local artist and speaker who uses her experiences and background to educate and inspire others. 

Due to ongoing restrictions related to COVID-19, the conference will be limited to 50 in-person attendees (first-come, first-serve).  But there is no limit for online attendees!  If you’d like to learn more the topic of intersectionality or the conference itself (including the current schedule, breakout topics, and how to register), visit the Intersectionality Conference website.   

  • Evelyn Mangin
  • Jason Rodenbeck
  • Helen Thomas

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