At the heart of the work at the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) is an intersection of gender, race, social class, and sexuality. These core foundations have not only made the Centers who we are, and influenced change and progress, but will continue to pave the way for future directions.

Nancy Marshall, Ed.D., senior research scientist and associate director at WCW, gives us a glimpse into these core foundations and all the work and research from the past 35 years here at the Centers in this presentation.

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