Join CUW leaders and professors as they discuss the lessons of "The Agitators."

CUW Theatre's latest production tackles the enduring but tempestuous friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass. "The Agitators" is the story of the pair's 45-year friendship -- from its beginning in Rochester, through a civil war, and to the highest halls of government. The recorded production may be accessed here.

After you view the production, CUW Theatre invites you to tune in for a panel discussion on the work of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, the Women's Rights and Civil Rights movements, and the work that still needs to be done to ensure equality and justice for all.


Email Helene Pickett for the Zoom link.


  • Gretchen Jameson, EdD, Senior VP of Strategy and University Affairs
  • Michael Uden, PhD, Vice Provost of Student Enrollment and Engagement
  • Walter Goodwyn, Director of Multicultural Engagement
  • Marlena Ward-Dodds, Instructional Designer
  • Erin Laverick, PhD, Assistant Vice President of Academics
  • Nicole Gaines, Coordinator of Field Experience for CUW's School of Ed
The panel discussion will be facilitated by Theatre Director Lori Woodall-Schaufler.