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Sunday, April 22 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Panel Discussion: Social justice and writing to change the world

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Society evolves through its stories -- and storytellers have long been the greatest teachers of empathy. This panel will look at ways that they incorporate and weave their work to try to make the world a better place. Moderated by UWGB's chair of women's studies Christine Smith.

Speakers
avatar for Annette Langlois Grunseth

Annette Langlois Grunseth

Annette Langlois Grunseth has a BA in Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her poems have appeared in Wisconsin Academy Review, Wis. People and Ideas, Midwest Prairie Review, SOUNDINGS: Door County in Poetry, Poeming Pigeons, Fox Cry Review, Peninsula Pulse, The... Read More →
avatar for José Orduña

José Orduña

José Orduña was born in Córdoba, Veracruz and immigrated to Chicago when he was two years old. He received an MFA from the Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of Iowa. His work explores the ways power has determined his and others' existence as racialized subjects of the... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Rosewall

Ellen Rosewall

University of Wisconsin–Green Bay
Ellen Rosewall is Professor and Chair of Arts Management and the author of three books: Arts Management: Uniting Arts and Audiences in the 21st Century (Oxford, 2013), Arts and Cultural Management: Critical and Seminal Sources (Bloomsbury, 2017) and Sparkle Island: Stories of Love... Read More →
avatar for Margaret Rozga

Margaret Rozga

Margaret Rozga has published four books of poetry: 200 Nights and One Day, Though I Haven’t Been to Baghdad, Justice Freedom Herbs, and Pestiferous Questions: A Life in Poems. Her work has also appeared in numerous journals. Her Pushcart Prize nominated essay “Community Inclusive... Read More →
avatar for Sandra Shackelford

Sandra Shackelford

Sandra Shackelford spent a decade working for civil and human rights in the Mississippi Delta during the 1950s and sixties. She is a professional writer, documentary artist, writing instructor and oral historian. As a Writing Circle facilitator, she encourages the creative process... Read More →


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