On Wednesday, May 23 beginning promptly at 11:30 a.m., Bellingham City Club presents the second of a two-part discussion exploring questions about the #MeToo movement. The focus of Part Two is the male perspective on the timely topic of #MeToo: A Moment in Time or a Cultural Shift?
Enjoy a delicious lunch and the featured panel at Northwood Hall, 3240 Northwest Ave, Bellingham. Doors open at 11:10 a.m. and tickets are available via Brown Paper Tickets and on our website. And City Club programs are always open to the public.
Part One of the series has already happened and can be found on YouTube. The first part of the series focused on the female perspective. It is available compliments of the City of Bellingham, on their YouTube Channel at https://youtu.be/GBzM1IFQHxA.
Part Two – Male Perspective Panelists includes:
Rajeev D. Majumdar is an attorney who represents Congressional District #2 as a Governor on the WSBA’s Board of Governors. His practice is focused on serving as general counsel to business entities and their litigation needs in Whatcom County. He also serves as the prosecutor for the City of Blaine and as the special prosecutor for Bellingham’s Mental Health Diversion Court. As an adjunct professor at Western Washington University, he teaches Rights, Liberties and Justice in America.
In 2015, he received the WSBA Local Hero Award for his work in improving public access to civil legal aid and advocating for the indigent. He currently serves on the boards of LAW Advocates, Northwest Youth Services, and Sun Community Services.
Dr. Toby A. Ten Eyck is an instructor in the Department of Sociology at Western Washington University. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Louisiana State University in 1998 and was a faculty member at Michigan State University from 1999 to 2015.
His research and teaching have covered topics as diverse as food safety, risk, and how we talk about art. He and his wife currently own an art gallery in downtown Bellingham.
We give special thanks to the City of Bellingham BTV10 for filming and airing City Club programs.
Bellingham City Club Mission: Citizens from diverse backgrounds cooperating to promote informed discussion of issues important to the community. Membership is open to all who support our mission and involves modest annual dues to pay speaker expenses and support operations. More information is available at bellinghamcityclub.org.