Sam Farooqui immigrated to Florida from Pakistan when she was 7 years old, and found herself to be an atheist by 14. She went on to have a B.S. in Psychology from Florida State University, where she organized the first ever Southeast Secular Student Regional Conference as one of the founding officers of the Secular Student Alliance at FSU. She is greatly interested in social institutions and systems, how they come to be, and how they affect people’s lives.
Maybe you’ve used the word “intersectionality” in your activism, but how confident are you that you understand what it means and why it’s an important concept? If you just felt a little uncomfortable reading that, this workshop is for you.