Women Risk Takers

March 29th, 2017 11:00 AM
Ser Mujer
60 pesos
Chelo Agundis, Alison Bastien, Angelica Juarez-Rios & Ann Medlock

Many girls are taught at an early age to strive for perfection, to be “good little girls” and not take the risk of making a mistake or causing trouble. “Don’t stick your neck out” we are told. What separates the well-behaved woman from the woman who makes history or dares to challenge the norm.

Join us for what promises to be an inspirational finale for Ser Mujer 2017. Meet the women who have changed the world on a local, national and international level. Our panel includes writer and activist Ann Medlock, founder of the Giraffe Project which honors people around the world who have stuck their neck out for the common good. She is joined by San Miguel’s own Chelo Agundis, community activist Angelica Juarez-Rios, and plant spirit medicine practitioner and midwife, Alison Bastien. Be inspired.

Language: Bilingual

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San Miguel de Allende, 37700
United States