From the Virgin Mary to Jezebel
The DePaul Alliance for Free Thought (DAFT), The Women's Center at DePaul, and African Americans for Humanism are proud to be hosting Sikivu Hutchinson, the author of Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics, and the Values Wars (2011) and Imagining Transit: Race, Gender, and Transportation Politics in Los Angeles (2003), as well as the forthcoming Godless Americana: Race and Religious Rebels. She also founded The Women's Leadership Project, a program that was created in 2006 and targets 9-12 grade girls that focuses on leadership building, feminism, civic engagement, cultural identity, self-esteem, college preparation, media literacy and fostering collaboration between women of color. Students receive service learning credit for graduation for participating in the program. She also is a Senior Fellow of the Institute of Humanist Studies, a writer and intergroup specialist for the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission, and has previously taught women's studies, cultural studies, urban studies and education at UCLA, the California Institute of the Arts and Western Washington University.