In Her Honor is a series of events celebrating Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s contributions toward women’s rights. The monthly presentations by notable women, from our community and beyond, celebrate and inform us of the progress women have made toward equality, equity, and justice.
In Her Honor has hosted six events so far, the most recent being an in person and online conversation with United States Poet Laureate and Tulsa Native, Joy Harjo.
This month, In Her Honor is proud to present Women’s Progress in Politics on Tuesday, September 14 at 7 pm, central. Join us as four women prominent in Tulsa politics share their unique views and perspectives. Facilitated by All Souls member, Amanda Shankle-Knowlton, the panel features Oklahoma State Representative, Denise Brewer; Oklahoma State Representative, Regina Goodwin; former Tulsa City Commissioner and Corporation Commissioner, Norma Eagleton; and Tulsa City Councilor, Kara Joy McKee.
Register to join the Zoom at allsouls.me/ihh. This online-only event is free and open to all.
July 13 – An Evening with Joy Harjo – Watch on YouTube
June 8 – LGBTQ + Ruth with OKEQ – Watch on YouTube
May 11 – A Conversation with Dr. Tiffany Crutcher – Watch on YouTube
April 15 – RBG & Me: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with Professor Amanda L. Tyler, with former Tulsa mayor, Kathy Taylor – Watch on YouTube
April 13 – Sex Appeal with Tulsa attorney Kirsten Bernhardt – Watch on YouTube
March 9 – To the Hilt: The RBG Ethos & Modern Medicine with Dr. Jennifer Clark – Watch on YouTube
The mission of In Her Honor is to grow a community of diverse, multi-generational women that value each member’s histories and life experiences, to celebrate the progress made in women’s empowerment and equality and to honor RBG’s role in that progress.