Join Babe Council and artist, Antoinette Cauley for an afternoon of empowerment + activism!
Learn Something. Write Something. Do Something.
Join the gang for this super-special squad meeting and #girlgaze roundtable moderated by Babe Council founder, Anjuli Morse, and featuring:
Kelly Zaragoza, Licensed professional counselor with Zaragoza Counseling
Ashley Law, ED Advocate + Founder of Speak Up Buttercup
Antoinette Cauley, 2017 and 2018 AZ Foothills Magazine's Best Local Artist
*Additional panelists to be announced
From the fact that 80% of 10-year-old girls have been on a diet and that more than half of girls ages six to eight want thinner bodies, to the climbing suicide rates among U.S. women & girls; induction into the "beauty culture" is happening for women at younger and younger, and we wanna talk about it. We're also chatting emotions, power, the Beauty Myth, and Self-Love.
*What's a roundtable? Roundtables are our version of a discussion panel, our twist however is that we want all babes to participate in the chat. Whether it's a question for one of our panelist or an experience or opinion you'd like to share, we totally encourage you to use your voice.
The roundtable will conclude with a special activity in support of your fellow girl gang members, which includes a special take-home gift!
In true babe-style, we will pop off to our elected representatives in support of women + girls in our community. This month we are writing our reps urging them to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Arizona.
Never written your electeds before? Not sure what to do? We've got you covered with templates, letterhead, envelopes and even a stamp.
AND you can shop the Antoinette Cauley Pop-Up and view her exhibition, Ain't Nobody Prayin for Me
Heavily influenced by rap music and hip hop culture with a focus on social injustice and internal conflicts, Antoinette combines the grittiness of rap music with the beauty of vibrant color, texture, pattern and a personal and emotionally driven message. She works as a full time artist in her studio in Phoenix and with youth ages 5-18, teaching art classes that focus on drawing, painting and color theory. Antoinette is currently represented by the monOrchid Gallery in Phoenix.