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Annual Women’s History Month Symposium: #Feminism: Gender and the 2020 Election

The annual women’s history month symposium – rescheduled from March 2019- is just around the corner! We are thrilled to have a slate of amazing speakers set for Friday, October 30 for #Feminism: Gender and the 2020 Election to pump us up prior to this year’s Election Day. This is our first virtual event, but we are still limiting space and requiring participants to register for the event. We are also able to offer a free digital copy of keynote speaker Zerlina Maxwell’s new book to early registrants and we still have some copies remaining. Register today to ensure your access to a copy!

The schedule is packed with exciting speakers from various backgrounds, mixing academics with journalists, pundits, and activists. We’ll explore the way the digital landscape has changed electoral politics and the ways in which feminist organizing is impacting the election, among many other topics. See our full schedule for the day along with panel and talk descriptions on our website. And be sure to register as soon as possible to reserve your spot in each panel!

One note: separate registration is required for each of the three panels. Registering will get you signed up to receive the link to the Zoom webinar for each panel and speaker event. Please do not share your registration link with others. We’ll be checking our registration list against names in the webinar, so when you join, please remember to use the name you registered with!

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