Please join us THIS Sunday, 11/12, 5-6:30pm at Riverbed Yog. Carolyn Epple will be our speaker.

Currently, Carolyn tries to shake a fist or two at various politicians on issues such as homelessness and police brutality.  An out queer woman, Carolyn taught for about 20 years on Native American Studies, critical race and gender theory, medical anthropology, and various topics in cultural anthropology.  Her research has included work on Diné (Navajo) constructions of gender, uranium mining on Diné, and family support for Diné living with diabetes, as well as homelessness in Sonoma County.  She retired from Sonoma State in 2011.


Women's Activist Circle of the Russian River:  

SHE RISES is open to all who identify as women. Our circle supports women to be actively engaged in working towards equal rights, environmentalism and the many social justice issues on the broad spectrum of current human and earth concerns. We provide a platform to share ideas, brainstorm, announce plans, protests, and actions in the community, and hold each other accountable to continuing the acts of resistance in the current political climate.  We meet at Riverbed Yoga second Sunday of every month, 5-6:30pm.