Work Redux | Consequences
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Machine Shop | 300 2nd St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414
March 28, 2017
Work Redux brings together hundreds of women spanning diverse backgrounds to reimagine the future of the workplace. For the first Word Redux of 2017, we will explore the ramifications of gender that tremble through every corner of our lives, our work, and our dreams.
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The ramifications of gender tremble through every corner of our lives, our work, and our dreams.

We feel the burdens of gender in old patriarchal standards of parenting, beauty, sexuality, leadership, earning potential, and ambition. We feel the consequences of gender in the physical pain and violence hiding within the silent corners of our personal histories.

We hide the aftermath of these encounters from all aspects of public life—especially within professional discourse. Nevertheless, the profound emotional hardship of these traumatic experiences courses beneath workplace and family dynamics.

We deserve more than to fall back into “business as usual” after life comes crashing into us. The times demand that we stop normalizing the consequences of our gender and start dismantling systems that benefit from these fallouts. Fallout from experiencing sexual harassment and assault. Fallout from bringing life into this world. Fallout from challenging gender norms. Fallout from being vulnerable.

To prepare for the future of work, we must construct a new architecture where every rung of scaffolding is reinforced to protect and support all women from the aftershocks of their gender implications.


Sarah Clyne, Domestic Abuse Project
Andrea Jenkins, Transgender Oral History Project, U of MN
Sarah Super, Break the Silence
Kao Kalia Yang, author
With a performance by Venus de Mars

About Work Redux

As part of Pollen’s mission to invest in human connection, Work Redux is an event series (and now also a network of leaders) that inspires questions, sparks discussion, and drives action to challenge cultural assumptions behind the current, dominant work culture. Together we will better understand how we can design and change the future of work.

Ticket price includes breakfast, coffee, and juice. There is a surface lot and metered street parking nearby. Machine Shop is also accessible via public transit. Check for routes and schedules.


7:30-8:30 AM – Registration, breakfast, and networking
8:30-8:45 AM – Welcome and Performance
8:45-9:30 AM – Panel Discussion

9:30-10:30 AM – Table Conversations


Special Thanks

Work Redux | Consequences would not be possible without the support of the Bush Foundation.


Thanks to Machine Shop and Eat for Equity for their partnership. Thank you to Libby Vanderploeg for the gif artwork. 
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    Sarah Clyne
    Domestic Abuse Project
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    Andrea Jenkins
    Transgender Oral History Project, University of Minnesota
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    Sarah Super
    Break the Silence
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    Kao Kalia Yang
    Teacher, speaker, writer
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    Venus de Mars