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SPEAK OUT! Women's Visions For the Nation: What's it Going to Take? on Saturday, March 21

 

Brooklyn Museum Presents SPEAK OUT!
Women's Visions For the Nation: What's it Going to Take?

March 21, 2009, from 2 to 4 p.m.

In celebration of the second anniversary of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the Brooklyn Museum will present
SPEAK OUT! Women's Visions For the Nation: What's it Going to Take? on Saturday, March 21, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium.

The event features a keynote address by C. Nicole Mason, Women of Color Policy Network, NYU Wagner School, titled "Now is the Time: Activating Women Leaders for Collective Change;" an audience speak-out moderated by GRITtv host Laura Flanders with respondents Ana L. Oliveira, New York Women's Foundation, and Ai-jen Poo, Domestic Workers United; a performance by award-winning musical artist Toni Blackman; and closing remarks by Liz J. Abzug of The Bella Abzug Leadership Institute.

SPEAK OUT! was created by UNFINISHED BUSINESS, a think-tank founded by a core group of diverse women to identify ways of mobilizing external networks to raise public awareness about intergenerational communication, issues of race/class/gender, and the effects of current events on women and children. Participating founding members include Liz J. Abzug; Sharna Goldseker, 21/64: Strategic Philanthropy Through the Generations; Sara Gould, Ms. Foundation for Women; Mia Herndon, Third Wave Foundation; Carol Jenkins, The Women's Media Center; C. Nicole Mason; Monique Mehta, Independent Consultant; Benita R. Miller, The Brooklyn Young Mother's Collective; Elizabeth A. Sackler, Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation; and Amy Sananman, Groundswell Community Mural Project.

A reception and participatory mural project with Groundswell will follow in the galleries of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art from 4 to 5:30 p.m., sponsored by The Women's Media Center; Ms. Foundation for Women; Groundswell Community Mural Project; Women of Color Policy Network, NYU Wagner School; and 21/64: Strategic Philanthropy Through the Generations.

 

 

 


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