Women Against Hate United by Love art exhibition, created by Wisconsin artists Kelly Parks Snider, Rachel Griffin, and Leigh Garcia, showcases powerful stories told by Wisconsin women leaders impacted by bigotry, intolerance, and racism. Artists and women leaders will participate in an important discussion that will highlight their experiences and priorities as trailblazers in the state. The exhibit is engaging and thought-provoking, meant to provide a meaningful and hopeful community experience for all who attend. Excerpts for the film Zero Weeks will be screened followed by a discussion.
Key activist collaborators in the project include:
- Jessica Cavazos, President & CEO, Latino Chamber of Commerce.
- Kathy Flores, LGBTQ Anti-Violence Manager for Diverse & Resilient; Governance Committee Board Member of the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs; Board Member of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.
- Astar Hernadon, Executive Director of 9to5 Wisconsin, fighting for equal rights for women in the workforce.
- Rabbi Bonnie Margulis, President of the Board, Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice, an organization collectively representing the voices of liberal faith organizations throughout Wisconsin within the public arena.
- Tracy William-Maclin, Interim Director of External Relations, Partnerships, and Development in the Division of Diversity, Equity, & Educational Achievement, University of Wisconsin.
- Jacklyn Velasquez, Equal Justice Works Fellow, Midwest Environmental Advocates.
- Creating artists and activist collaborators of the Women Against Hate United by Love exhibition will be on hand at this opening event to meet and dialogue with attendees.