Darla White graduated from William Smith in 1999 with majors in religious studies and English. She now works in Boston for Hunt Alternatives, where she has been particularly active in the Women Waging Peace initiative. She will talk about her work with the Women Waging Peace initiative, its current projects, and specific examples of women’s peace-building work in the world today at 4 p.m. on Friday Sept. 26, in the Fisher Center, Demarest Hall. Titled “Women Waging Peace: a Global Paradigm,” the talk will also provide an occasion for discussion about how women from a variety of backgrounds, with differing skills and perspectives, can contribute, and have contributed, in a meaningful way to the worldwide movement for peace.
Women Waging Peace is an organization devoted to the full inclusion of women in peace processes, launched in 1999 to connect women in conflict areas to one another and to policy shapers worldwide.
Hunt Alternatives Fund is a private foundation that advances innovative and inclusive approaches to social change.