Township Resident Participates In Women’s History Month Panel
A township resident recently participated in a panel discussion on cultural differences and commonalities.
The March 30 discussion was part of a Women’s History Month program cosponsored by the Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women and the Raritan Valley Community College Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Among the panelists was township resident Dr. Vaseem Firdaus.
The discussion, entitled, “A Woman’s Story: A Celebration of Culture” was held at the RVCC conference center in Branchburg. More than 100 people registered to attend. Women – and men – were invited and encouraged to bring their daughters, mothers, sisters and other female relatives and friends. The program consisted of presentations by a five-member panel of women from a variety of cultural backgrounds who discussed their experiences as immigrants to the United States. A question-and-answer period followed.
“Through these speakers’ stories we got a sense of how women can change the world,” said Freeholder Patricia Walsh, commission liaison. “Although we may come from different backgrounds, we have many commonalities. This was a perfect topic to wrap up the celebration of Women’s History Month.”
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