Calendar 2021-22

Saturday, August 7

11 am

Women & Religion and Culture in the United States

  • Dr. Margarita M.W. Suárez: Professor of Religious Studies and Ethics at Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.

(in person & on zoom)

Saturday, September 18 

11 am

DEI: Implicit Bias

Jonnie Perry, AAUW FL DEI Chair, 

  • We all have biases. When we are aware of these attitudes and stereotypes, we call them explicit. But we also have implicit attitudes and stereotypes that may influence our thinking in ways we’re not even aware of and can’t totally control. This dialogue will focus on identifying our implicit biases and ways of addressing them.

(On zoom)

Thursday, November 4

1 pm

Visit to Bethune Statue in News Journal Center

Wednesday, November 10

6:30 pm on zoom

Preserving African American Places: Recognition and Restitution

  • Lawana Holland-Moore,Program Officer, African American Cultural Heritage Action Association,  discusses preserving African American historic spaces.

(Co-Hosted by AAUW Stetson)

Thursday, December 2

11:00 am

  • Challenges for Generation X

Mary Gatta PhD

Generation X women (those born between 1965 and 1980) are in the middle of their careers. They are navigating work, family and aging. This presentation will share the economic state of Generation X women, the way gender roles are (and are not) changing and the key challenges this group is facing as they approach retirement age.

(In Person and on zoom)

January 18-21

  • AAUW Florida Lobby Days: A Series of Lunch Presentations

12 noon-1pm

January 18: Update on Bills

January 19: Panel on Pay Equity

January 20: Title IX

January 21: Student Debt

February 15

6:30 – 7:30 pm

The Magnificent Drama: Martin Luther King in St. Augustine

Join us virtually on Zoomy to see Dr. J. Michael Butler present The Magnificent Drama: Martin Luther King in St. Augustine. Butler is the Kenan Distinguished Professor of History at Flagler College. The fascinating program is about the civil rights movement in St. Augustine that drew national attention when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. visited twice in 1964, sparking marches, arrests, and clashes between protesters and police on the tourist-lined beaches of St. Augustine.
This program is free to attend, however, registration is required.


Saturday, March 19

11 am

Tour of the Florida Women Artists exhibit, The Color of Rain,

MOAS, led by local artist Betty Parker

April 1-3

AAUW Florida Convention – The Power of Story – offered online


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