Beyond Borders: Women's Stories and the Art of Bearing Witness

Four fascinating storytellers share the intimate, personal accounts of women’s lived experiences and talk with three Suffolk University professors about their work. They also entertain questions from Suffolk students and the public. Laura Levitt, professor, Religion, Jewish Studies and Gender, Temple University, Patricia Davis, noted author, poet, and playwright, Alba Jaramillo, executive director, Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors and nationally recognized human rights and social justice advocate, and Phoebe Potts, writer, performer and director. These four captivating women share stories which bear witness to struggles about human rights, memory, belonging, and love.

Four fascinating storytellers share the intimate, personal accounts of women’s lived experiences and talk with three Suffolk University professors about their work. They also entertain questions from Suffolk students and the public. Laura Levitt, professor, Religion, Jewish Studies and Gender, Temple University, Patricia Davis, noted author, poet, and playwright, Alba Jaramillo, executive director, Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors and nationally recognized human rights and social justice advocate, and Phoebe Potts, writer, performer and director. These four captivating women share stories which bear witness to struggles about human rights, memory, belonging, and love.