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That Takes Ovaries!

Posted by bgsuenglish on March 22, 2010

That Takes Ovaries! is a spoken word and open mike event celebrating “bold females and their brazen acts!” Bobbi Ausubel, playwright and contributor to the book That Takes Ovaries, will be the MC. Students will perform dramatic readings from the book and featured storytellers will share their own tales of female strength and triumph. The evening will end with an open mike for audience members to get up and get involved! Golden Ovary awards will be given to all brave women who share their stories!

Copies of the book, That Takes Ovaries, will be available at the event from People Called Women.

This event is open to the public and free; however, donations can be made to Equality Now and Second Chance Toledo. Sponsored by the Honors Program, the Women’s Center, Women’s Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, the Provost’s Office, Organization for Women’s Issues, Black Student Union, World Student Association, Panhellenic Council, Ethnic Studies, and Residence Life. Our Community Partners include: Bethany House, Cocoon Shelter, Open Arms, People Called Women, Second Chance, Sister in Shelter, Clare’s Place, Take Back the Night Collective of Toledo, Behavioral Connections, and the YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter of Toledo.

That Takes Ovaries! will take place tonight, March 22, at 6:00 p.m. in the Honors Loft, Harshman Hall (125 N. Mercer St., enter through loading dock entrance on north side of Harshman). Contact Jodi Devine at 419-372-8501 or jdevine@bgsu.edu for more information.

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