The Men & Masculinities Summit will explore and unpack men's gender identity and highlight the work of men's engagement on Penn's campus and beyond. It will offer an opportunity to engage, share, and reflect on topics such as sexuality, power and privilege, emotional literacy and vulnerability, healthy relationships, interpersonal violence, and race and culture. We hope attendees leave more willing to become change agents and leaders in creating norms around gender and masculinity that are healthy for themselves and their communities.
Registration is free and will close once capacity has been reached.
If you have any questions, or would like to get involved, please contact Malik Washington at email@example.com.