Support & Discussion Groups

Much of the liveliness and community of WRAC comes from our support, discussion, and enrichment groups. All groups are led by trained facilitators, most of whom are student and community volunteers with interests and skills they want to share. Group participation is free.

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What's Your Story!

Our main goal for this group is to build and feel more a part of a community.  Through conversations about the similarities and differences in group members' experiences, we hope to gain a better understanding of other perspectives and view people in a new light.


Feminist Readers & Writers

Open group for feminist readers and writers.  We will read and discuss feminist books and essays throughout the semester.

At the February meeting we’ll discuss Love Medicine, a novel by Louise Erdrich.

In March The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo, the autobiography by Amy Schumer.

In April we’ll discuss the health book Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth, from the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective.

We’ll also read and discuss group members’ original feminist writing (for those who wish to share their own creative work).


All generations and genders are welcome.


Tips for Self-Care

This group is focused on Self-Care and Self-Love.


  Spa Day
  Arts and Crafts
  Conversations about Self-Care

6:00 – 7:00 pm

April          12, 19, 26
May           3


Unfiltered/Uncensored Writing for Change

An (optional) two times a week meeting in which people who have experience with violence or want to address the issue of violence can do so through the art of writing.  It is unfiltered and uncensored much like life is.  Sharing is optional through anonymity or by reading out loud.  All experience with writing is welcomed.  Whether newbie, amateur or a master in writing you are welcome.

Tuesdays/Thursdays at 6:00 pm

Meeting Dates:

May  23, 25, 30
June  1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29
July  6, 11


Advocating for Minorities

We will be going over what advocating is and how you can decide what situations need advocating.  We will also discuss techniques of how to advocate in different situations and for different minorities including race, gender, sexual preference, identity, disability, etc.  We will be addressing when stepping in can be helpful and what kinds of things to say to best assist in a situation.  Also, the view minorities have about others who advocate for them.


This group will focus on advocating but is welcome to any other topics which the group feels important to bring up in the discussion.  This group is welcome to any identity and will respect the opinions of all its members.

Wednesdays at 6:00 pm

Meeting Dates:
April    19
May      3





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