Women of Culture Celebration
Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive for any member of the WOU community in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women’s rights within different traditions.
Please join the Multicultural Student Union for this year’s Women of Culture Celebration Dinner which features Keynote Speaker,
Shelaswau Bushnell Crier
March 7, 2018
6-8pm, Columbia Room, WUC
Tickets can be purchased in the MSSP Office for $3.00
Bio: Shelaswau Bushnell Crier, a Louisiana native, is a public speaker, legal scholar, and community activist. She holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and a Bachelor’s in Mathematics from Rice University. A former law professor at Willamette University and Loyola University New Orleans, Crier has also practiced law in Houston, Texas and clerked for a federal district judge in Louisiana. A staunch believer in active community participation, Crier has served as Vice President for the Salem-Keizer Branch of the NAACP, presently serves on multiple state advisory committees, has given presentations on bias and accountability, and spoken at various community rallies, vigils, and panels.