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Tag: Susan B. Anthony Center

Happy Pride, Rochester!

Happy Pride, Rochester!

July 24, 2018

A large contingent of University of Rochester students, faculty, and staff — more than 250 strong — joined the more than 150 organizations and an estimated 35,000 spectators who participated in the Rochester Pride Parade on Saturday.

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Susan B. Anthony Center donation drive to help victims of human trafficking

Susan B. Anthony Center donation drive to help victims of human trafficking

April 20, 2018

From left: Organizer Kirsten Buscetto, responsible for programming and community engagement at the Susan B. Anthony Center; Isabella Leighton ’21, a biochemistry and psychology major from San Antonio, Texas; and Erin Campbell ’21, a public health major from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; are sorting items donated by 10 University departments and individual donors to benefit victims of human trafficking. Ranging from toiletries, sanitary items, and towels, to gently used clothes and food—the donations will be distributed among six local agencies. The drive is organized by the University’s Susan B. Anthony Center to aid the Rochester City Court’s Human Trafficking Intervention Court . (University of Rochester photo / Sandra Knispel)

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Equal Pay Day points to 100-year wage gap for women’s work

Equal Pay Day points to 100-year wage gap for women’s work

April 10, 2018

The Susan B. Anthony Center’s Equal Pay Day panelists will discuss issues of gender pay inequity on the date that marks how long women have to work into the new year to earn the same as men did in the previous year.

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John Cullen on current two-year study of domestic violence reporting

John Cullen on current two-year study of domestic violence reporting

February 14, 2018

Researchers at the University of Rochester have now teamed up to study and improve technology that can show a bruising much faster on victims of domestic violence.

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Suffragist Votetilla volunteers win inaugural Community Champion Award

Suffragist Votetilla volunteers win inaugural Community Champion Award

January 29, 2018

The “Votetilla,” a week-long floating theater of canal boats ferrying reenactors of key suffragists such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton along the Eric Canal, was a multi-agency creative partnership that included the Susan B. Anthony Center (SBAC).

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Rochester team casts light on a hidden problem in domestic violence cases

Rochester team casts light on a hidden problem in domestic violence cases

January 18, 2018

While existing technology for detecting bruises works well for light-skinned victims, it’s a less effective for people of color. An interdisciplinary team at the University of Rochester has set out to change that.

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Happy Pride, Rochester!

Happy Pride, Rochester!

July 17, 2017

Sunshine, cheery faces, and colorful attire were on full display at this weekend’s Pride Parade, with the University represented by the Susan B. Anthony Center and a contingent of students, staff, and friends. The parade was the culmination of the week-long ROC Pridefest, sponsored by Rochester’s Gay Alliance—an organization with roots going back to the creation of the Rochester Gay Liberation Front, founded by two Rochester students in 1970.

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Susan B. Anthony Center hosts Equal Pay Day panel

Susan B. Anthony Center hosts Equal Pay Day panel

March 31, 2017

Panelists will discuss how the pay gap continues to affect gender and labor dynamics, and address how members of the University community can work to combat inequity.

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‘Women’s Voices’ marks 100 years of women’s suffrage

‘Women’s Voices’ marks 100 years of women’s suffrage

February 16, 2017

As part of a year-long celebration of the centennial of women’s suffrage in New York state, the Eastman School of Music and Susan B. Anthony Center are collaborating on a concert featuring the premieres of commissioned works by women composers.

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Events celebrating black history

Events celebrating black history

February 1, 2017

W. Kamau Bell, sociopolitical comedian and host of the Emmy-nominated CNN show United Shades of America, highlights a month of lectures, films, performances, and exhibits.

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