Grand Valley State University Women's Center
On Tuesday March 23rd, the Women's Center held its annual EqualiTea. The event is a celebration of the centuries-old tradition of combining tea parties with discussions of literature, politics, and reform. There was entertainment, food, and an opportunity for interaction among diverse participants. "Crumpets for conversation" are a tradition at the tea and engage participants in small groups. This year, the dialogue centered around two pieces from the play Rent which were performed at the event.
Ashley Nickels, Assistant Director of the GVSU Women's Center, pours tea for table guests.See All Photo Galleries