Getting to the Root

February 17th, 2018

3rd Annual Conference

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Get To The Root: Unearthing Oppression and Cultivating Change

Through our theme, “Get to the Root: Unearthing Oppression and Cultivating Change”, we set out to provide networks for accountability and dialogue that promote real life problem solving, in conjunction with local action. We want to delve into the concept of identity, and the many intersections that exist in our lives. We encourage the exploration of self identity, and the power in declaring our self and our purpose in the world before acting on it.




Keynote Speaker


Feminista Jones

Feminista Jones is a social worker, in-demand feminist writer, public speaker, and community activist currently residing in Philadelphia. She is an award-winning blogger and author of the popular novel, Push The Button. Her work centers around Black American culture, critical race theory, intersectionality, and women’s health and well-being, specifically in areas of mental and sexual health.

Feminista’s writing has been featured in several publications, notably as a contributor to The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, XO Jane, Salon; a columnist for EBONY; and a regular contributor to Essence and SheKnows.