To Advance the Needs & Potential of Girls & Young Women
In Solidarity has been created as more than a conference. It has been designed as an opportunity to connect, to be moved and energized, and to strategize together with young women as leaders for change. We are excited about the amazing speakers you will hear at In Solidarity.
In Solidary will provide a diverse array of opportunities to learn and connect through Deep Dive Learning, Innovation in Motion and A Call to Solidarity sessions, along with Front Porch Conversations. In addition the Self Care Room and the Un Exhibit Hall will be open to provide opportunities for respite and inspiration throughout the event. Download the In Solidarity Conference Schedule and Session Descriptions.
Join us in Washington, DC this October and make a statement that divide and conquer will not work this time!
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has earned international attention for her innovative approach to addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, as a risk factor for adult disease such as heart disease and cancer. Her work has demonstrated that it’s time to reassess the relationship between early childhood adversity, child development and health, and how the practical applications of the adverse Childhood Experiences study can improve health outcomes.
Plenary: Women’s Voices from the Stand at Standing Rock
Protecting our Water: Women’s Voices from the Stand at Standing Rock
The fight against the Enbridge pipeline incursion near the Standing Rock Tribal Nation in North Dakota drew international attention to the depth of the commitment of those protesting the pipeline and the rights of Indigenous people to their homeland. Panelists will share their experiences and describe how women and girls played an essential role in the stand at Standing Rock and the breadth of alliances created there.
Moderator: Terri Yellowhammer Panelist: Youth Activist, Asia Gilbertson Black Bull & Madelyn Big Crow. Mallory Moon, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Angela Bibens, Red Owl Law.