Anita Hill


Reimagining Equality:
Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home

Reservations Required:  Call  Cambridge Forum at 617-495-2727


October 4, 2011
8:00 PM ET


First Parish Church
1446 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138


This event is free; no tickets are required.

Cambridge Forum welcomes law and social justice scholar ANITA HILL as part of their fall series, "How We Live Today."

Anita Hill reflects on her own experience as an African American woman in the late 20th century.  How successful have the movements for racial and gender equality been in eliminating barriers to opportunity?   Have the victories been robust or fragile? What challenges does she see ahead?

Anita Hill
Anita Hill

Anita Hill

Anita Hill is professor of social policy, law, and women's studies at Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management. She has taught and written on issues of social justice, gender and racial equality, and women in leadership, among other topics. In 2008 she was awarded the First Amendment Award by the Ford Hall Forum.

First Parish Church
1446 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

Walking from the Harvard Square T station: 2 minutes

As you exit the station, cross Mass. Ave. and look for the newsstand called Crimson Corner. Turn right and proceed north along Mass. Ave. going toward the Cambridge Common. You will pass the Harvard Coop, Bank of America, and CVS. The First Parish Church is located at the corner of Mass. Ave. and Church St. Please enter through the front door of the church.

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