NYUWomxn100 celebrates the lives, pursuits, innovations, and achievements of womxn of transgender, non-binary, and cisgender experiences. We honor womxn who have been historically overlooked in their pursuits, innovations, and accomplishments across our global communities.
2020 marks 100 years since the U.S. ratified the 19th amendment, though not all women gained access to their vote. The global legacies of women forging justice and gender equality are rich, and still in motion. NYU takes this moment to revisit our pasts as we innovate our collective futures.
NYUWomxn100 events will recognize the often unseen and unacknowledged efforts of womxn, particularly those of historically and contemporary marginalized backgrounds. Join us for year-long programming, events, and exhibits.
LS Womxn100: Films in Conversation
The film is selected by a LS Core or Global Liberal Studies student or alumni, who responds to the film through a form they choose.
NYUWomxn100 Kick Off honoring Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole
March 3, 2020
The Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity and Strategic Innovation (OGI) was excited to launch NYUWomxn100–March 2020 to March 2021–on March 3, 2020 honoring Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, the first African-American woman president of Spelman College, former Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African Art, and noted anthropologist, with the NYU Trailblazers Award
A Virtual Conversation with Indya Moore
April 9, 2020
Thank you for joining NYU’s Office of Global Inclusion for a virtual conversation with Indya Moore who spoke on topics including trans-visibility, representation, and gender.
COVID-19 and Relationship Violence: A Conversation with Tanya Selvaratnam
April 29, 2020
Thank you for joining NYU’s Office of Global Inclusion for a virtual conversation with Tanya Selvaratnam who joined us for a discussion on relationship violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Women and Migration(s)
Wednesday | June 2020
Thank you for joining NYU Washington, DC in welcoming NYU Tisch's Deb Willis and Ellyn Toscano with Cheryl Finley of Spelman's AUC Art Collective for the four-part series on Women and Migration(s).
Watch the full recording of the series:
Historical Perspectives on Whiteness: An Intersectional Conversation with Dr. Nell Irvin Painter
July 8, 2020
Thank you to everyone that joined our Summer Reads conversation focusing on the works of esteemed scholar and artist, Dr. Nell Irvin Painter. This conversation focused on the first NYU Summer Reads selection, Dr. Painter’s highly acclaimed and NYTimes Bestselling publication, The History of White People.
Alicia Garza in Conversation with Dr. Lisa Coleman
October 22, 2020
Thank you to everyone that joined us on Thursday, October 22, 2020 for a virtual talk. Alicia Garza, Principal at Black Futures and co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter was in conversation with Dr. Lisa Coleman, NYU’s Senior Vice President for Global Inclusion and Strategic Innovation, and Chief Diversity Officer. Alicia’s first book, The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart, is now available on One World (Penguin Random House).
An Intimate Conversation with Layla Saad: A Year Later
November 18, 2020
Thanks for joining the intimate and intersectional conversation with Layla Saad. With an introduction by Dr. Lisa Coleman and facilitated by Melissa Carter, Global Spiritual Life. This conversation focused on Saad’s now New York Times bestselling book, Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor.
This conversation was brought to you by GSL, OGI and the NYUWomxn100 initiative, as the next installment of the Mindful Activism speaker series, inspiring the NYU community with calls to action to fight the inequalities and injustices across the world, and advance equity and inclusion.
Recording will be available soon.
Global Scholars & Innovators Series: A Conversation with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
November 30, 2020
Thanks for joining us for a special event with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, renowned Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg scholar, artist, and author of five books, including Dancing On Our Turtle’s Back, Islands of Decolonial Love, This Accident of Being Lost, As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance, and the focus of our discussion, her latest novel Noopiming: The Cure for White Ladies. Co-sponsored by the Office of Global Inclusion, NYU Womxn100, NYU BeTogether and Native Studies Forum.