December 5, 2016
7:00-8:30 p.m. 
$5 · Free for Members

New York Live Arts
219 W 19th Street
New York, NY 10011
newyorklivearts.org

Presented by
New York Live Arts
The Tate Group

Curated by Brian Tate

 

PANELISTS
Rana Abdelhamid
community organizer/
Founding President, WISE

Susana Cook
performance artist/writer/director

Margo Jefferson
memoirist/Pulitzer Prize-winning critic

Elizabeth A. Sackler, PhD
public historian/arts activist

Adrienne Truscott
choreographer/circus acrobat/dancer/writer/
comedian

MODERATOR

Catharine R. Stimpson
feminist scholar

OPENING REMARKS

Lenora Lapidus
Director, ACLU Women's Rights Project

 

ABOUT THE CONVERSATION

The election is over. Now the future awaits, and the lives of women - of us all - will be transformed. What shifts of policy and culture can we expect for women under President Donald J. Trump? How should we respond as citizens to advance the cause of justice and equal opportunity for women from today forward? To meet that challenge, how will we ourselves change?

Join us for a forum with six esteemed thinkers on how women's lives could dramatically change during the 45th U.S. presidency.

 

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