Host a Civic Dinner with your friends, peers, and neighbors and create a shared vision for a better #stateofwomen.
Less than 100 years ago, the fight for women’s rights began. White women were granted the right to vote in 1920, but it wasn’t until the Voting Rights Act in 1965 that women of every color won the right to vote. Since then, great strides have been made by women socially, politically, and economically. Many women believed that 2016 was destined to be the year when the ultimate glass ceiling would shatter.
Here we are in 2017, misogyny and bigotry dominate national headlines and critical programs that support women and children face the chopping block. We are moved to stand up for issues that are central to women’s rights, yet it’s difficult to know where and how to take action. As a result, we must deepen our connection to others in our community who are grappling with these issues, and come together to answer the central question: what does it look like to truly show up for each other and for women’s rights?
Starting on January 21st, in tandem with Women’s marches around the world, Civic Dinners offer a way for women and men across the country to invite their neighbors, friends and even strangers, to come together, to share personal stories, discuss values central to women’s rights, and create a shared vision for a new
Join a nationwide conversation creating a shared vision for a society where all women and men are socially, economically and politically equal. Together, we can create a better #StateofWomen.
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