By Brooklyn Reader

March 22, 2016, 4:16 pm

Not Your Mother's Feminism: Sisterhood in the Digital Age

l to r: Heben Nigatu, Mallory Ortberg, and Lori Adelman, will be panelists, along with Susana Polo at Brookln Historical Society’s “Not Your Mother’s Feminism: Sisterhood in the Digital Age”

What does it mean to be a feminist in this age of information technology?

From Beyoncé and The Lenny Letter, to #YesAllWomen and Bad Feminist, feminism is a trending topic on the Twitter feeds and in the dorm rooms of millennials across the country.

0b3ffc3b-f169-4409-bdea-57ca976335deA panel of innovative female voices who look at pop culture, politics, race, gender, and everything in between, debunk the myth that millennials are lazy or narcissistic and discuss their generation’s developing embrace of feminism.

Panelists include Mallory Ortberg, co-founder of The Toast, Heben Nigatu, co-host of BuzzFeed’s Another Round, Lori Adelman, Executive Director of Partnerships at Feministing, and Susana Polo, founder of The Mary Sue.

Moderated by Angélique Roché, Senior Director, External Affairs at the Ms. Foundation.

WHAT: Not Your Mother’s Feminism: Sisterhood in the Digital Age

WHEN: Tuesday, April 5, 6:30pm

WHERE: Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepoint Street


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