Saturday, March 25, 2017, from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Women's Day is a campus and greater-Loyola-community wide event that seeks to celebrate the accomplishments and triumphs of women, and facilitate discussions around intersectional social justice issues, specifically faith. This is the most prominent campus-wide event meant to celebrate Women's History Month and culminate a month of awareness campaigns conducted by Feminist Forum and other social justice affiliated groups on campus. Through this event we seek to not only celebrate women, but also to foster community and build conversations between campus departments, campus partners, student organizations, community members and attendees around social justice advocacy. This year's theme is *Women's Day: Faith & Feminism. Through this event, we hope to empower our community, as a faith-based institution, to reflect on how our various faiths empower feminism. We aim to engage allies through important and often neglected dialogue.
*Faith is not limited to a religious practice or tradition.