Update: Kirsten Haglund here for National Eating Disorders Awareness events -- March 3, 6:30 pm and March 4, at noon
PAY EQUITY DAY 2015!!
Pay Equity Day..the day that represents the Gender Wage Gap...is here! Women, on average, make only about 77% of what men are paid annually, so a day in April is desginated to mark the fact that women would have to work until this date to make what the average man made by December 31, 2014. We'll be selling baked goods to commemorate this pay differential (Men will pay 1.00 and women will pay .77 cents) -- and to benefit the Center for Prevention of Abuse.
February 13, 2014
Kirsten Haglund speaks out about Eating Disorders in her talk ""Sexy, Shameful, Stigmatized: The Modern War on Women's Bodies, Eating Disorders, and How to Break Free" on Monday, March 3 at 6:30 pm in Neumiller Auditorium in Bradley Hall.
She will also facilitate a lunchtime discussion on Tuesday at noon in Bradley 126.
Both events are free, open to the public, sponsored by the Body Project and supported by funds from BU's ICAC board.
Ms. Haglund became Miss America 2008 on a platform of Eating Disorders Awareness, and is now an Ambassador for NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association).
What can you do? 1. Be there (of course)! but also 2. tell your co-workers, friends, other students, housemates, children, parents, siblings, friends at other schools -- please urge folks to attend!
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The Body Project presents "Hood Life; or, Tracking Trayvon: Sentiment, Surveillance and Disappearing Black Boyhood," a lecture by Dr. Maurice Wallace of Duke University, funded by the University Intellectual and Cultural Activities Committee (ICAC) in conjunction with Bradley University’s year-long celebration of Civil Rights—Past and Present. Dr. Wallace is a preeminent scholar of African American Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, American Literature, and Visual Culture. His lecture, followed by Q & A, will begin at 6:30 pm on Monday, March 31st in the Marty Theater, located in the basement of Bradley University’s Michel Student Center. This event is free and open to the public.