Throughout the evening, speakers will offer insights from their personal experiences on the concepts of “resisterhood” and intersectional feminism and what they mean for women, girls and the GRW mission to end violence against women and girls around the world through legal and systems reform.
Click here to purchase individual seats at a table. Please select the number of seats you would like at your table level of choice using the dropdown menu. Higher tiered tables will be located closer to three stages with a clearer view. You may purchase up to 8 individual tickets and will then be assigned to a table team by GRW staff.
Click here to purchase a table with family, friends and colleagues. First, select which tier of table you would like to reserve for you and your guests. Then using the dropdown menu, select the number of seats you would like to purchase at your table (the remaining seats at your table will be reserved for your guests to purchase). You will then be asked to create a Table Name representing a past or present woman who inspires you. Upon submission of your form you will receive instructions for inviting the remainder of your table guests.
Click here to sponsor a table. This requires you to purchase a table in full. Each table seats a total of 10 individuals. Using the dropdown menu, select the number of tables you would like to purchase. While submitting this form you can create a Table Name representing a past or present woman figure who inspires you. If you are representing a business or corporation, you may enter your company name as well. Upon submission you will receive an email containing the ticket code and your Table Name along with instructions for registering your guests.
Dessa has built her career bucking traditional genre designations—she’s rapped at hip-hop festivals, sung with a 100-voice choir, and co-written classical works for orchestra. Genre-busting isn’t enough for this artistic risk-taker: whether performing in a bombed-out hospital in Warsaw, a velvet-lined theater in New York, or atop a folding chair in Johannesburg, Dessa’s work is ambitious, inventive, and designed to defy audience expectations. On stage she’s funny and ferocious, but also tender—her live show includes rapid-fire rap songs, heartbreak ballads, catchy choruses and charismatic banter. A proud member of the Minneapolis-based Doomtree collective, this “hyper-intellectual, whiskey-drinking poet with a hopeless romantic streak and a curiosity about neuroscience” is making a multi-generational, interdisciplinary impact.