The New Roaring Twenties: A Happy Hour for Gender Justice in 2020


ERA Staff

In 1920, the passage of the 19th Amendment kicked off a long fight to ensure that all women have the right to vote. A full century later, 2020 promises to be a huge year for social justice, with people of all genders and races roaring to be heard. Join ERA for a 1920s-inspired happy hour in honor of Giving Tuesday to help us raise funds for our ambitious gender justice agenda in 2020! We’ll celebrate with vintage cocktails, raffle prizes, and good feminist cheer. All are welcome!

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
6:00–8:00 PM
Tonic, 895 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

Attendance is free and all tips (cash and credit) will go directly to fund ERA’s mission! Scroll down to RSVP!

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