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Save the Date: Day of Conversation

March 20, 2024 at 3 pm ET - Created to improve dialogue about race, ethnicity, and gender, the Guided Conversations project aims to illuminate the intersectional experiences of women of color and promote allyship in the legal profession. In honor of this vision and Women’s History Month, CWP is hosting a day of conversation to convene highly accomplished women to share their experiences. This virtual program will feature women lawyers of diverse demographic backgrounds and legal specialties in a 60-minute discussion moderated by former CWP Chair Michele Coleman Mayes, followed by a 30-minute Q&A portion. Registration is coming soon.


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This Talk Isn't Cheap

"Women of Color and White Women Attorneys Find Common Ground" provides a guide to improving conversations about gender, race, and ethnicity, also referred to as intersectionality, so that all women can work together in combating the barriers to advancement in the legal profession. This report explores the reasons why women of color have feelings of mistrust toward their white female colleagues, while also addressing the challenges white women experience in attempting to understand the needs of their minority female colleagues.


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This Talk Isn't Cheap

Hear from former Chair, Michele Coleman Mayes, to learn more about Guided Conversations, what these dialogues entail, and why they are essential.