Real Talk about Re-Imagining Democracy at the cusp of our next election

The date and time of this event is subject to change. Please check back soon for registration link.

In mid-October, after the 100th anniversary of the right to vote, let’s have some real talk about what’s at stake this November. If we envision a world of racial, economic, and gender justice for all, we must re-imagine the future of our democracy to include the women and people who were erased from it in the beginning. How are Black women, and other women of color, leading the way in this critical moment we’re experiencing now? Why is the power of Black women and women of color so critical to the bold policy change that must happen after the elections to meeting the needs of women and families?

We’ve got some surprising guests up our sleeves and they’ll be joining Noreen Farrell (Executive Director, ERA) for an exciting, radical, and thought-provoking conversation.

If you’d like to be an outreach partner or sponsor of this event, please contact [email protected].

Date: October 15, 2020 (date subject to change)
Time: Noon – 1 pm or 3 – 4 pm Pacific (time is subject to change)

Registration link forthcoming.

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