One of my women’s history heroines is coming to my campus. Since this year’s theme is “Writing Women Back Into History,” it’s fitting that we have booked a noted woman author. Here’s more information:
The Ruthe Boyea Women’s Center and the Committee on the Concerns of Women invites you to purchase your ticket to attend….
The 2010 Women’s History Month Luncheon
co-author of Our Bodies, Ourselves
“Women’s Health and the Media: Sorting Fact from Fiction”
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Memorial Hall, Connecticut Room
Ticket Cost: $20.00. To purchase your ticket, contact CENTix at 860- 832-1989.
Meal choices: Beef Tenderloin Gratin, Pan Seared Salmon, Chicken Francais or Vegetarian Tart
Lecture, Free and Open to the Public
Memorial Hall, Constitution Room
Speaker: Judy Norsigian
“The Women’s Health Movement: Accurate, Accessible Information on Health, Sexuality, and Reproduction”
Booksigning after lecture. Books can be purchased at the CCSU Bookstore or at the event.
Judy Norsigian Bio: Co-founder of the BWHBC and co-author of all editions of Our Bodies, Ourselves, Judy is a graduate of Radcliffe College and an internationally renowned speaker and writer on a wide range of women’s health concerns. Her interests include national health care reform, tobacco and women, midwifery advocacy, reproductive health, genetic technologies, and contraceptive research. She has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including Oprah, Donahue, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw.