You’re invited to an afternoon panel discussion to examine the plight of women and girls all over the world. Participants and panelists will include members of the West Indian, African-American, East Indian, African, Hispanic and Middle Eastern communities and moderated by Grace Virtue, author of “How will I Know My Children When I Get to Heaven? A Mother’s Tales of Hope.” Women will discuss definitions of mothering and how it differs from parenting, today’s greatest challenges facing mothers (particularly single mothers), and how culture impacts approaches to mothering.
The context of the discussion is Dr. Grace Virtue’s book, “How Will I know My Children When I Get to Heaven?” Light refreshment will be served. This event is being co-sponsored by the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center, the Afro-American Resource Center, and the Institute for Policy Studies.
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