Tuesday, October 18, 2016
TIME: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
EVENT TYPE: Evening Event
The Women’s Storytelling Salon Series celebrates women’s professional achievements, sparks conversations through sharing stories, and inspires and motivates participants to act through connection and collaboration. Our October Salon features Howard University Professor Montré Aza Missouri, author of Black Magic Woman and Narrative Film: Race, Sex and Afro- Religiosity, and founder of the independent Parallel Film Collective. Her co-presenter Hilary Linder, who focuses on international development and humanitarian relief, is the director and producer of “Indivisible,” a documentary about the fight to reunite families separated by deportation. Hilary is the founder and president of Kudzu Films, which seeks to spread social justice through film. Her previous work includes monitoring humanitarian emergencies for USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance and serving as a program manager at the Clinton—Bush Haiti Fund.
Price: $30, includes Appetizers and one drink. Cash Bar.