Webinar Series

Inspiring and spreading ideas of grandmothers as changemakers

Recognizing the need to shed light on the role grandmothers are already playing as catalysts for change, Grandmother Collective hosts a webinar series dedicated to exploring the remarkable stories, perspectives, and practices of grandmother changemakers. This webinar series aims to bridge the gap, amplify their voices, and inspire individuals of all generations to support and engage with the valuable work of grandmothers in creating a better world.

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Upcoming webinars

The Role of Grandmothers in Restoring Democracy

Monday, March 4, 2024
12:00pm EST (GMT-5)

Join us for a one-hour webinar titled "The Role of Grandmothers in Restoring Democracy" where we'll delve into the crucial role of grandmothers in rebuilding American democracy. This insightful session will include time for a Q&A, providing an opportunity to explore inspiring stories of grandmothers leading collaborative, non-partisan movements on key democracy issues. From addressing corruption to championing accessible education and supporting the next generation, these grandmothers bring practical wisdom to this crtical challenge. This webinar offers an exploration of their invaluable perspectives and experiences. Don't miss this chance to learn about the alternative ways that grandmothers are thinking about the future of our democracy and see the world through their down-to-earth, practical perspectives.

Panelists


Dina Butcher

Co-Founder, Badass Grandmas for Democracy 


Ellen Chaffee

Co-Founder, Badass Grandmas for Democracy


J'Shawna Hayes

Founder, The H.O.P.E Foundation


Shirley Showalter

Co-Founder, Grandmas for Love 

Past webinars

The Role of Grandmothers in Climate Action

Thursday, September 21, 2023
12:00pm EST (GMT-4)

Join us for a webinar that explores the pivotal role of grandmothers in climate action as both activists and frontline mitigators or adapters. In this one hour session, we will delve into the unique perspectives and experiences of grandmothers who have stepped up as passionate advocates for a sustainable future. Discover how organizations drive positive change at the grassroots level, tackling environmental challenges head-on. Gain invaluable insights into their strategies, successes, and the obstacles they face, as we shed light on the indomitable power of grandmothers in shaping a greener, more resilient world.

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Panelists


Lutchmee Perumal

Deputy Chairperson of the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance


Louise Brownlee

Co-Chair of Grandmothers Act to Save the Planet


Moderated by Linda Rosier

Founder, World Council