The theme of the 2018 Dialogues was Race and Our Intersecting Feminist Futures.  In addition to a wide variety of conference dialogues, poster sessions, and activities that explored intersectional perspectives on resistance, activism, power, and justice, the 2018 Dialogues also featured a special presentation by the Black Women’s Collective We All Write, a special performance by The University of Rochester / Eastman School of Music Women’s Chorus in the historic Wesleyan Chapel, a keynote address delivered by KaeLyn Rich, author of Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution​, and a Sunday presentation by Reverend Leah Ntuala.

Seneca Falls Dialogues Program 2018