Empowering Women Through Religious Liberty


Location: 1130 Eck Hall of Law & Zoom

Left to right: Benaim, Norquist, Polacca & Porter-MageeLeft to right: Benaim, Norquist, Polacca & Porter-Magee

In celebration of Women's History Month, join the Notre Dame Law School Religious Liberty Initiative in a discussion about how religious liberty protections can empower women. Hear perspectives about a variety of faith communities, including Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, and Native American.


  • Rachel Benaim, Reporter at Flood Trends
  • Samah Norquist, Former Chief Advisor at USAID
  • Mona Polacca, President of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
  • Kathleen Porter-Magee, Superintendent at Partnership Schools

Notre Dame Law Professor Stephanie Barclay will moderate.

Registration is required.

Register here

Launched in 2020, Notre Dame Law School's Religious Liberty Initiative promotes and defends religious freedom for people of all faiths through scholarship, events, and our Religious Liberty Clinic.