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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

WJA NorCal | Conversations on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Sensitivity in Social Media - From Hurtful to Helpful

Start Date: 9/16/2020 10:30 AM PDT
End Date: 9/16/2020 11:30 AM PDT

Venue Name: Zoom, $15 for Members, $25 for Non Members, Free for BIPOC Members and Non-Members


Organization Name: Women's Jewelry Association

Contact:
Rachel Jurisz
Email: rachel@womensjewelryassociation.com
Phone: (845) 473-7324

Join your WJA community in a conversation about how to compassionately navigate social media when addressing racial justice issues.  Public relations expert Temi Adamolekun and jewelry designer Lauren Harwell Godfrey will answer questions facilitated by best selling author and feminist activist Kate Schatz. The panel will explore how social media engagement can positively and negatively affect our Black community. It's common to join in showing support for social justice and human rights issues by posting on our personal or business pages. Let’s come together to discuss successful approaches and mistakes we may encounter online. 

WJA Members - $15 
Non-Members - $25

This event is free for BIPOC jewelry professionals (including non-WJA members). Use Promo Code: WJA2020

Sponsored by Pembroke PR





Lauren Harwell Godfrey

Lauren Harwell Godfrey is the founder and designer of Harwell Godfrey, a bold line of fine jewelry based in San Francisco, California. With aesthetic roots in ancient textiles and ethnic patterns, the collection is handcrafted in 18k gold with precious gemstones, powerful inlay and vivid enamel. Designed with healing energy in mind, each gemstone is thoughtfully selected to enhance the wearer’s experience. From literal references to the Four Elements to figurative references to block printing and weaving in cultures from long ago, the collection brings a sense of history to modern day precious heirlooms. No detail is left unfinished: most pieces even feature delicate engravings on the backs, reinforcing the intentions of the design with beautifully-rendered motifs.




Temi Adamolekun

As a natural connector setting up and running her luxury lifestyle agency, Pembroke PR has been Temi's dream job. When she's not communicating across several different platforms with her team and clients, she loves a good cardio burn in the morning, getting lost in a good book in the evening, drinking copious amounts of tea all day long and on the weekends she loves to go for long walks, family bike rides and sleep. As a lifelong jewelry lover, Temi is also a GIA Diamond grad and this year, for the second year, Temi co-lead the Marketing module for The WJA's Jewelry Loupe. 




Kate Schatz

is the New York Times-bestselling author of Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide, as well as My Rad Life: A Journal and Rid of Me: A Story. She is the co-founder of Solidarity Sundays, a nationwide network of feminist activist groups. She’s a writer, organizer, public speaker, educator, and left-handed vegetarian Bay Area-born-and-bred feminist activist mama. Kate’s books have gotten love from BUST, Elle, Publisher’s Weekly, MTV, Ms., Kirkus Reviews, GOOD,  AFROPUNK, among others. She has appeared on Mashable, msnbc, and numerous public radio programs and podcasts, including Politically Reactive, KQED Forum, Minnesota Public Radio, and KPCC’s Take Two. As a public speaker, Kate has appeared at over 100 public schools and libraries, and has given keynotes and talks for a wide range of organizations.

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