Recurring

GLORIA: A LIFE, A New Play by Emily Mann

CenterStage Theatre at the Jewish Community Center 1200 Edgewood Avenue, Rochester, NY

Gloria Steinem first raised her voice five decades ago, championing equality for all. Today, her vision is more urgent than ever. How a determined writer went from being an undercover Playboy Bunny to the face of the Women’s Movement, and the story of her contemporaries, is now an inspiring and powerful event that transcends traditional … Continue reading GLORIA: A LIFE, A New Play by Emily Mann

$20.00

Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918): 100 Years After Suffrage and the Legacies of Race, Gender, and Civic Voice

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (see below). Registrants will receive the Zoom link in an email one hour before the talk begins. This talk spotlights Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918), a Western NY Progressive Era African American suffragist, writer, orator, and social justice reformer who worked with Susan B. Anthony, Ida B. Wells Barnett, and Frederick Douglass as … Continue reading Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918): 100 Years After Suffrage and the Legacies of Race, Gender, and Civic Voice

Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

The 19th- and early 20th-century women's rights movement involved a diverse activist community. Multiracial, multiethnic, and multipolar, women from all walks of life took part in the women's rights movement in the United States. This reading and discussion series will step outside the received history of the women's rights and woman suffrage movement to explore … Continue reading Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

Women In Politics: Continuing The Work (Election Day 2016 screening and panel discussion)

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (see below). Registrants will receive the Zoom link in an email one hour before the talk begins. Women in Politics: Continuing the Work is an inspirational lead-in to Election Day 2020. The program will start with a screening of the documentary short Election Day 2016, produced by the Rochester Documentary Filmmakers group. … Continue reading Women In Politics: Continuing The Work (Election Day 2016 screening and panel discussion)

Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

The 19th- and early 20th-century women's rights movement involved a diverse activist community. Multiracial, multiethnic, and multipolar, women from all walks of life took part in the women's rights movement in the United States. This reading and discussion series will step outside the received history of the women's rights and woman suffrage movement to explore … Continue reading Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

A Modern Necessity: Feminism, Popular Culture, and American Womanhood, 1920-1948

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (see below). Registrants will receive the Zoom link in an email one hour before the talk begins. What happened to feminism in America once women won their fight for a suffrage amendment to the United States Constitution in 1920? What does it mean to say there was a “first wave” and a … Continue reading A Modern Necessity: Feminism, Popular Culture, and American Womanhood, 1920-1948

For the Future: Susan B. Anthony Historic District (music, art, and action)

fivebyfive will be starting our season focused on the Rochester community, teaming up with ROCmusic Collaborative, the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood, and the Landmark Society for a collaborative virtual program, For the Future: The Susan B. Anthony Historic District (Music, Art, and Action) Sunday November 8th at 2pm. This event will feature the world premiere … Continue reading For the Future: Susan B. Anthony Historic District (music, art, and action)

Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

The 19th- and early 20th-century women’s rights movement involved a diverse activist community. Multiracial, multiethnic, and multipolar, women from all walks of life took part in the women’s rights movement in the United States. This reading and discussion series will step outside the received history of the women’s rights and woman suffrage movement to explore … Continue reading Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

The 19th- and early 20th-century women’s rights movement involved a diverse activist community. Multiracial, multiethnic, and multipolar, women from all walks of life took part in the women’s rights movement in the United States. This reading and discussion series will step outside the received history of the women’s rights and woman suffrage movement to explore … Continue reading Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement: An Online Reading & Discussion Program from Humanities New York

The Changemakers: Rochester Women who Changed the World

Rochester Museum & Science Center 657 East Ave, Rochester, NY

The Changemakers: Rochester Women who Changed the World will open on November 20, 2020 in the Riedman Gallery at RMSC. This community-curated exhibition will inspire and empower people of all backgrounds to create a better society through access to regional stories of technological and social innovators who are like them. Through compelling, authentic and untold … Continue reading The Changemakers: Rochester Women who Changed the World