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Women, the Environment and Fracking: Earth Day 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013 at 6:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Join Women’s eNews for a special Earth Day conversation putting women in the picture on environmental hazards from face cream to fracking.
Moderator – Corinna Barnard
Corinna Barnard is Women’s eNews editor, a writer whose journalism background spans coverage of finance, arms control, medicine, technology and parenting issues. In her most recent full-time position she worked for Dow Jones, Inc., where for many years she served as news editor for an international newswire covering emerging markets and later as a copy editor for The Wall Street Journal. Earlier in her career, Corinna was a radio commentator for "In The Public Interest," a national public-affairs radio program.
Molly M. Ginty
Molly M. Ginty is an award-winning health reporter based in New York City. A twelve-year contributor to Women’s eNews, she holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and has also worked for Ms., Utne Reader, On the Issues, PlannedParenthood.org, Whole Living, PBS.org, Smithsonian magazine and IRIN, the newswire of the United Nations.
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Women's eNews and YWCA of Brooklyn
Women's eNews is a nonprofit news service covering issues of concern to women in English and Arabic.
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The YWCA of Brooklyn is the largest provider of affordable housing in downtown Brooklyn, and is home to survivors of domestic abuse, the homeless, working poor, and the elderly. The YWCA’s programs support women as they rebuild their lives, heal from past traumas and become part of a vibrant community. Our Community Center for Social Justice, provide affordable meeting space for social justice oriented non-profits throughout the borough to further their mission.
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