Session Type(s): Panel
Starts: Friday, Jul. 17 7:30 PM (Eastern)
Ends: Friday, Jul. 17 8:45 PM (Eastern)
Room: 227 BC
You’ve probably heard about first, second and third-wave feminism. You know that movements change and evolve over time. This panel is about expanding what’s possible in the feminist movement by highlighting young leaders and activists and creating a space to envision the future of feminism. The millennial generation is the most diverse generation our country has seen. This panel will share data on millennial attitudes on a number of social issues that will impact 2016 and highlight voices of young activists doing the work and asserting the future of feminism. What will be the impact of feminism and the youth movement on the 2016 election?
Lori Adelman is the Director of Global Communications at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and xecutive Director at Feministing.com. A writer and advocate focusing on race, gender, and sexual and reproductive rights, Lori has previously worked at the United Nations Foundation, the International Women’s Health Coalition, and Human Rights Watch. In 2014, she was named to The Root 100 list of the nation’s most influential African Americans, and to the Forbes Magazine list of the “30 Under 30” successful people in media. Follow her on Twitter: @Ladelman.
Kaori Sueyoshi graduated in May 2015 from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill with a B.S. in Business Administration from Kenan-Flagler Business School, a second major in Political Science, and a minor in Public Policy. She serves on the Board of Directors of SisterSong, a Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. In college, she founded Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ) and VDAY: The Coalition Against Violence Towards Women and Girls on her campus. She was born and raised in Chapel Hill, and from 2013-2015 she served as a board member for the Town of Chapel Hill’s Justice in Action Committee. Recently, she started work as a Business Intelligence Analyst for Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Kaori is a first-generation Japanese-American. In her free time, she likes to daydream about her mother’s cooking and look for four-leaf clovers.