8th Annual Women of Courage Panel in Honor of Rosa ParksThursday, February 4, 2021
, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Girls in Government, Leadership, and Service (GGLS) hosts this annual event honoring women in the wider community. GGLS is a group of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls who voluntarily meet once a week.
Learning from leaders and activists of the past, celebrating our leader activists of the present, we look to the future of racial justice & equality in the U.S.
Join our panel of activists as we consider our choices and what “good, necessary trouble” we are willing to take on. What does courage look like?
, activist, writer, lecturer, social commentator, cultural broker
Martina Mossell Lee, writer, director, filmmaker
MaryLouise Patterson, M.D., goddaughter of
Langston Hughes, activist, author, physician
Maya Anne Crisencia Dodson
, D1 Women
’s basketball player, founded CardinalBLCK, a newly created space for Black Stanford student-athletes to promote social justice, highlight and engage in the community, create lasting change at Stanford and beyond
, youth activist, Black Lives Matter protest organizer,
founder of non-profit Youth Advocates for Change