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National NOW Conference Set For Boston In July

 

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Register and Submit Workshop Proposals for the
National NOW Conference in Boston, July 2-4, 2010

NOW will set off some fireworks of its own this Fourth of July weekend, when we hold our annual conference in Boston, Mass. The 2010 National NOW Conference will include a summit on health and body image issues, which led to this year's theme, Loving Our Bodies, Changing the World.

We're planning an action-packed weekend -- with engaging speakers, dynamic workshops, political strategizing and face-to-face social networking -- and we want you to be part of the excitement. How?

Register NOW for the conference and we'll see you Fourth of July weekend in Boston! The main conference website provides additional information.

Prepare and submit a workshop proposal by April 26. We look forward to building an agenda that features workshops organized and presented by a combination of the grassroots, the local organizing committee and the National Action Center. Special consideration will be given to proposals that fall under our health/body image theme, but we will consider all proposals that address a hot topic within one of NOW's priority issues. We have limited slots, so really knock our socks off! More details and the submission form are online.

See You in Boston!


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