DGHI Faculty Panel on Reproductive Health Projects

Join us for lunch as a panel of DGHI professors discuss current research. Panel presenters and topics include: Megan Huchko, MD, MPH Improving Access to Cervical Cancer Prevention for Rural Women in Kenya Melissa Watt, PhD Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in South Africa Kathy Sikkema, PhD Trauma and HIV in Care Among Women in South Africa […]

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Indivisible Justice – Women Building Intersectional Knowledge

Bringing together scholars and activists in the Triangle, this workshop explores how women activists in the US, and the South in particular, have approached political organizing. The canon on the theory of intersection of race/class/gender/sexualities is extensive, but our understanding of precisely how that plays out within the lives of activists and organizing campaigns is […]

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Elect Her Training

Running Start, a nonpartisan national organization that trains women on how to run for elected office, will be on Duke’s campus this Sunday to lead a half-day workshop for female Duke students.  Co-chaired by two Republican and two Democratic members of Congress, Running Start leads similar trainings not only on campuses across the country, but […]

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