Rethinking Masculinity: Let's start questioning

May 12, 2021, 10:00 – 11:30 PM

A panel discussion from SXSW 2021

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About this event

It is undeniable that many of the challenges we face both at work and in our society at large are rooted in how we define and interpret gender.

In order to have a holistic approach to diversity, equity and inclusion, it is critical that we take a fresh look at and question the current state of masculinity. In this panel you will hear three unique perspectives on the topic of masculinity designed to have you question your assumptions and provide you with new perspectives on the traditional constructs of what it means to be a man. This will be followed by a facilitated conversation looking at how we can embrace healthier and more mindful versions of masculinity and generate a big impact on both women and men, and all the others in between.

Take-Aways

  • Get more equipped to apprehend #metoo conversations and learn small actions you can do as an ally.
  • Learn how embracing and embodying healthier versions of masculinity can have a positive impact on the world.
  • Leave this session with the spark you need to ignite conversations about masculinity in your workplace and society as a whole. 

This session was originally produced for SXSW 2021 and it is an honour to be able to share this with our community. 

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When

When

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
10:00 PM – 11:30 PM UTC

Agenda

10:00 PMThe Welcome & Connection
10:10 PMThe work - watch the SXSW video together
10:50 PMThe action - Campfire chat with the team
11:20 PMThe close
Virtual event

Panelists

  • Sami Grisafe

  • Ashanti Branch

  • Max Masure

Moderator

  • Craig Forman

    CultureC Consulting

    Founder

Organizers

  • Jessie Jacob

    Senior Community Manager, Culture Amp

  • DeMario Bell

    Culture Amp

    Chapter Lead

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