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Suzanne Collins Memorial Lantern Procession to End Sexual Violence

The lantern procession is an attempt to bring military and civilian communities together to remember Suzanne and raise awareness of sexual violence.

 Thursday, April 23, 7:00 p.m., Glen Eagle Golf Course. Millington, TN

Dark End of the Street

CROW Book Salon 

As a part of this year's Women's History Month, Dr. Sarah Potter, from the History Department, will be facilitating our discussion of Danielle McGuire's At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistance

Dr. Potter has chosen the Prologue, Chapter 1: "They'd Kill Me If I Told," and the Epilogue as the selections we will be discussing. 

We're very excited to be reading and discussing this work. The author will be coming to campus March 26th to give the annual Belle McWilliams lecture during this year's Women's History Month! Find out more about the lecture here

Wednesday, March 18th, Scates 212, 3:00-4:00pm

Women's History Month

Women's History Month 2014

Women's History Month 2014 focuses on women who have inspired positive change in our lives and histories. Read about WHM 2014 here!

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CROW Special Events

Roe V Wade

In addition to the various campus events CROW sponsors, we also work to bring special events to our campus such as the 100 Years, 100 Women event where we honored 100 women who made a difference to the UofM, a panel discussion about the 40th anniversary of Roe V. Wade, and various events to celebrate Women's History Month.

Read more about our special events.

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