Video Library

Video Library

Video Library

2021 Women's History Month with Senator Reed

Senator Reed and Women’s Fund of Rhode Island for a panel discussion to celebrate Women’s History Monthto discuss the long-term positive impact policies WFRI helped to pass have had on RI and what else we need to do to create a more equitable state. Panelist include: Dulari Tahbildar Senator Gayle Goldin Rochelle Lee

Black Women Lead Panel Discussion

The women’s movement must play a key role in addressing racism and gender inequity. Black women leading RI organizations discuss economic, racial & gender justice on how we can use this moment of awakening to drive a meaningful shift towards change. Recorded on February 24, 2021. Moderated by Reza Clifton Speakers: Kimberly Zouzoua, VP of Strategic Partnerships, CWE Ditra Edwards, Sista Fire Lisa Ranglin, RIBBA

Women's Well-Being Index panel discussion

This program discussed the findings of the Rhode Island Women’s Well-Being Index- comparing how women do with men on issues related to Health, Personal Safety, Employment & Earnings, Economic Security, and Political Empowerment in RI. Moderated by Paige Clausius Parks, Rhode Island Kids Count Panelists: Nishi Kumar, RI Housing and Well-Being Index research team member Angela Kemp, Day One Dr. Deborah Pearlman, Brown University

Cocktails and Conversations: Unpacking Privilege

Unpacking Privilege. At times, hearing feedback about privilege, race, and gender can sting. These important conversations can feel like attacks. Let’s unpack some different areas of privilege: White privilege, able-bodied privilege, civic privilege, and cisgender privilege. Held on Oct. 20, 2020 Moderated by: Eileen Kwesiga, Bryant University Panelists Included: Rachael Gavin, CEO, PR(iSM) Resistance Coalition Gwendolyn Howard, Minister Emerita; St. Pauls' Universalist Church Zoe Kupetz, Brown University student

Women Leading Change: Our Voices Matter 2020

Women Leading Change: Our Voices Matter on September 30, 2020 featuring awardees Arlene Violet and Vanessa Volz. Our gender equity champion speaker is Mary-dith Tuitt and the music is by Brooke Annibale.