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From Resister to Change Agent: One Year After the Women's March

  • Women & Children First Bookstore 5233 North Clark Street Chicago, IL, 60640 United States (map)

On January 21, 2017, millions of people on all seven continents joined together for the Women’s March. One year later, what strides have been made and what do we do next? Join us as we welcome a diverse group of advocates for a conversation about how to enact grassroots change in the Trump era. We will learn from the experiences of women who are leading meaningful activism in communities around Chicago. 

The featured panelists for this event will be: Jaquie Algee (Director of External Relations, SEIU), Sameena Mustafa (U.S. Congressional Candidate for IL-5), Precious Brady-Davis (Diversity Advocate and Press Secretary at Sierra Club), Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth (State Coordinator for Indivisible IL). The panelists will join together in a conversation moderated by Audrey Barsella.

This is a free event. No RSVP required.

Earlier Event: January 17
Sanctuary Cities: On-the-Ground Impact
Later Event: January 20
Women's March