Transformation Tea for Women of Color and Their Allies


Alice K Houston


2015 Transformation Tea for Women of Color & Their Allies

April 1st, 2015 3pm - 5pm

UofL Shumaker Research Building

"Workplace Equity: Employment & Disability Discrimination"

Guest Speakers: Professor Laura Rothstein, School of Law; and Mary Elizabeth Miles, Human Resources


stacked teacups

The Women of Color Transformation Tea began in 1997 and is an open forum for the diverse spectrum of women of color and friends on the U of L campuses. The Tea affords women an opportunity to empower one another by offering networking opportunities and recognizing the UnSung She-ros of the University. Networking Opportunities, Refreshments, and Door Prizes. Limited space. The event is free; RSVP’s required: 852-2029 or email Georgette L. Moore by Friday, March 27, 2015.

(Note: The U of L Transformation Tea committee will pay it forward by accepting toiletries for a women’s residential shelter, so please bring an item or items as donations)

Sponsored by U of L ‘s Commission on the Status of Women, Women’s Center and

the Commission on Diversity & Racial Equality