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reSISTER: Race, Identity & the Women’s Movement, A #BHeard Town Hall

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BRIC

647 Fulton Street

Brooklyn, NY 11217

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The Women’s March on Washington kicked off this year with one of the largest mobilizations in American history. It was a powerful and visual show of force, bringing to light the groundwork laid forth by so many around women’s rights AND defining a moment to organize around the work that is still to be done.

On June 22nd BRIC TV, Third Wave Fund and Sadie Nash Leadership Project will seize this moment through a multimedia, live-televised town hall. We’ll ask:

  • How does the women's movement intersect with issues of race, sexuality, class and ability?
  • How do we respect the leadership of young people, while honoring the impact, legacy and the continued work of past generations?
  • And how do we all move forward in solidarity to advance women’s rights?

The cameras stop rolling at 9:00PM, but an hour-long conversation will continue over drinks in the BRIC House lobby!

WATCH PAST #BHEARD TOWN HALLS

ATTEND A LIVE TOWN HALL MEETING!

Moderator:
Brian Vines, (Senior Correspondent, BRIC TV)


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NOTE: Capacity at BRIC House is limited and admission is on a first come, first served basis, whether you have RSVP'ed or not. Please come early to ensure entry and seating.

In Partnership with: Third Wave Fund and Sadie Nash.

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Brooklyn, NY 11217

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