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About the Event
Thursday, March 30, 2023
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST
"Redefining Feminism in the Digital Age" is a virtual panel discussion celebrating Women's History Month and exploring the concept of intersectional feminism in the digital age. The discussion will feature diverse voices and perspectives, addressing the challenges and opportunities of amplifying the experiences and stories of women through various digital platforms.
We will explore the power of social media, online communities, and digital storytelling in highlighting the diversity and complexity of women's experiences. Our speakers will share their insights on how we can create a more inclusive and equitable online space that amplifies the voices of marginalized groups, and how we can leverage technology to advance gender equality.
Join us to learn from inspiring leaders and advocates who are championing intersectional feminism in the digital age. Together, let's redefine what it means to be a feminist and how we can create a more equitable and inclusive world for all.
Ava Emilione, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Ebony Tomatoes Collective
Ava Emilione (any pronouns) is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ebony Tomatoes Collective, a multi-media digital publication dedicated to promoting the stories of black women and non-binary people. With a background in finance, film production, and writing, she believes innovation lies at the intersection between different industries and approaches. They are a published writer with work in Washington Square News, The North Star with Shaun King and The Unplug Collective. They have worked on film sets as an Assistant Director, Director of Photography and producer on films winning awards at the New York International Women Festival, The London Movie Awards, Fusion Film Festival and more. She is an AnBryce Scholar and Senior at NYU studying Film & TV and Economics. Consisting of less than twenty current scholars at the NYU undergraduate level, the AnBryce scholarship is a highly selective, full merit-based scholarship for first-generation college students. She is also a a 2022 WAVE Scholar and has interned at ING, the largest bank in the Netherlands, and IronHold Capital, a NY-based investment firm.
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