Diversity Activities

Even though some of these events may have already passed, please note the activity as an idea for our State or your Branch organization.

Monday, July 17, 7 pm – Our ONLINE BRANCH is hosting a virtual panel discussion on MISSING & MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN (MMIW): Cultivating Allyship. For registration and details, click here… Event will be RECORDED with the Link shared upon request, as well as via AAUW WA Online Web Site

Monday, Sept. 11, 6:30 pm – Our WA state DEI Committee meets on Zoom monthly, except in the summer. You are most welcome to attend! Please email diversity@aauw-wa.org for the Zoom invitation.

Hudson’s Bay branch – September – branch will participate in the Peace and Justice Fair with an aim to sign up new voters.


Highline branch May 2023 – The branch partnered with Renton Technical College to host a discussion with Carolyn DeFord, a member of the Puyallup Tribe, a member of the state commission on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and People (MMIWP), and the tribe Community Domestic Violence Advocate.

Lewis County branch – held the Lunafest film festival and has formed a DEI-centered bookgroup.

Port Townsend branch May 2023 – Collaborated with local organizations and donated $2,000 to purchase DEI-related books for school and public libraries. Read about details…

Wednesday, May 10 Workshop: Diversity and Intersectionality – The national Inclusion and Equity Committee invites all AAUW members to participate in a virtual workshop in preparation for World Day for Cultural Diversity observed on Sunday, May 21. This workshop provides a hands on learning opportunity for AAUW members to explore aspects of diversity and intersectionality.

May 23 , Tuesday – Washington State Alumni Assoc. – How to Talk About Race – Renowned speaker, author, and equity consultant Dr. Nancy A. Dome co-founded Epoch Education in 2014 to provide leaders in education and business with accessible professional development in diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity.