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November Virtual Speaker Series: The Use of Pronouns

When:
Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
Zoom. Participants will receive a link to join the meeting after registration.
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Event Contact(s):
Stephanie Duquenne
 
Julie A Navickas
Category:
Bloomington/Normal
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Register today for "The Use of Pronouns in Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication," our November Virtual Speaker Series event! Join Hannah Mesouani and educate yourself on the history of the use of pronouns, as well as how to properly use pronouns and inclusive language. This session will teach us how to include ways to incorporate inclusive language at events, in publications, on social media, and internally. We will also learn how to best stay up-to-date in this space. About Hannah Mesouani: Born and raised in Tangier, Morocco, Hannah Mesouani came to the United States in 2006 to pursue her education. With a dual B.A. from Muhlenberg College in Communications and Film Studies and her Master’s from Illinois State University in Communications, Hannah is passionate about the ways we share values and meanings through our words and media messaging. Hannah has served on several non-profit boards including Pennsylvania’s largest LGBTQIA organization, For a Better Tomorrow, and the YWCA where she now works as the Director of Mission and Equity Consulting. Hannah lives in Bloomington with her partner Rachel and their mostly-behaved pups and she is working towards her PhD in Education for Social Justice through the University of San Diego.