Sugar Free Feminism is a series of small programs designed to raise awareness, create conversation and dialogue, and develop an inclusive campus community dedicated to working on gender justice issues. The program series identifies needs of all students across campus and attempts to discuss the issues in a very real, "non-sugar coated" way. Past topics have included: Heartwork Workshop with Tanaya Winder, The Trans List Documentary Screening, Immigration 101 for Allies, exclusions in the marriage equality movement, Muslim women and Islamic feminism, Disney princesses through a social justice lens, and domestic violence. Contact Nadia Brecl (nadia.brecl@colorado.edu) and Savannah Ducharm (savannah.ducharm@colorado.edu) for more information. 

Fall 2017 Dates:

  • Sugar-Free Feminism: Classism 101
    • Join Scarlet Bowen, Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center, for a discussion of an often overlooked system of oppression: classism. We will talk about different ways that class privilege can manifest in our daily lives, policy implications for different communities, as well as how some college campuses are beginning to raise awareness of socioeconomic diversity and to combat classicism at both interpersonal and institutional levels.
    • When: Wednesday, November 1 at 2 PM - 3 PM in UMC 235
  • Sugar Free Feminism: Representation of Womxn Identified Immigrants
    • The Women's Resource Center presents an interactive panel featuring representatives from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, UMAS y MEXA, and One Action to discuss womxn-identified immigrants rights and representation in the current political climate as these issues intersect with race, class, ability sexuality, etc.
    • When: Monday, December 4 at 1 PM - 2 PM in UMC 457