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You’ve got less than two weeks left to grab a seat at the table for our two-day, action-packed summit – so we’re here to introduce you to the other speakers pulling up a chair to that table, too.
All it takes is one day on Capital Hill to become an expert on the issues facing your community and meet the right folks to take action. Don’t hesitate – reserve your seat!
In case you’re still hesitating to RSVP for our Capitol Hill event on October 8 and Congressional Visit day on the 9th, here’s three more reasons to go: our amazing honorees.
The Women, Money, Power Summit is a two-day event in Washington, D.C. bringing together a great combination of feminist thinkers, speakers and activists, as well as top political leaders.
Baton Rouge’s story is a small part of a much bigger problem: the rampant homophobia that pervades the whole country (in many cases, by way of being written into our very laws).
Davis isn’t done fighting for women’s reproductive health and access. And she’s not giving up on Texas, either.
“I’m just going to tell you from my own personal life – abstinence works.”
As the newly popular saying goes, “in today’s economy” it’s hard to both find and keep a job – so imagine how much harder that endeavor becomes when threats of discrimination plague you from employer to employer.
Ohio, Texas, and North Carolina’s lawmakers have created a new tactic in the War on Women: in an attempt to skirt around public and legislative opposition, they’ve started to introduce controversial legislation without enough time for adequate response