Wed, Aug 19 | Online Event

WOMEN'S DAY Lecture Series Part 2

Join Marissa Corwin Manitowabi, B.F.A. M.S. Ed. Seneca Nation and Sally Roesch Wagner, Ph.D. in an interactive conversation about "Appreciation vs Appropriation Through Education"
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WOMEN'S DAY Lecture Series Part 2

Time & Location

Aug 19, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM EDT
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About the Event

Wednesday Aug 19th- 7:00-8:15pm 

Join Marissa Corwin Manitowabi, M.S.Ed and Sally Roesch Wagner, PhD in a interactive conversation about: “What is appropriation and what does it mean to be a good ally?”

BIO: Marissa Corwin Manitowabi, B.F.A. M.S. Ed. Seneca Nation, has trained and worked in the design and 

museum fields. She earned a B.F.A in Product Design from Parsons School of Design and an M.S.Ed. in Museum Education from Bank Street Graduate School. Marissa creates engaging experiences for children that foster learning steeped in Indigenous knowledge. Most recently she was the curator at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. She has also developed projects and content for the National Museum of the American Indian, Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute, Martha Stewart Living, and the 400-year commemoration of the Two Row Wampum Treaty.

Sally Roesch Wagner, Ph.D.- Feminist pioneer Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner is a nationally recognized lecturer,  author and story-teller of woman’s rights history. One of the first women to receive a doctorate in the

United States for work in women’s studies (UC Santa Cruz), and a founder of one of the country’s first 

college women’s studies programs, (CSU Sacramento), Dr. Wagner has taught women’s history for 49 

years. The Founder/Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation and Gage Center for Social Justice

Dialogue in Fayetteville, New York. Wagner is the author of The Women’s Suffrage Movement (2019) and We Want Equal Rights: How Suffragists Were Influence by Native American Women (Native Voices, 2001) among many other publications.



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