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Day One will engage women, girls, and allies from across the country through inspiring mainstage sessions, issue-breakouts, opportunities to connect with leading fellow changemakers, and an interactive center with organizations and women-owned businesses. You’ll choose 2 breakouts on Saturday: 1 from Session A and 1 from Session B. When you’re not in your breakouts, you’ll be able to take a break for lunch and explore The Center, where over 150 organizations and businesses are hosting activations!

On Day Two, attendees will fan out across Los Angeles to attend skills-based trainings or Community Teach-In’s hosted by a range of organizations that are making change on gender equity in Los Angeles. Please keep an eye out for an email from your Day Two Host with location instructions.

Sunday, May 6 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Social Impacts on Women's Health Equity FULL
Limited Capacity full
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LAC Women & Girls Initiative with the Department of Public Health are hosting a panel on three areas that demonstrate how social experience shapes the health of women: domestic violence, substance abuse, and birth outcomes. After the event, participants will be provided with a pass to enjoy the Natural History Museum for the remainder of the day. Location of the Event: This event will take place at the Community Room at the Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Constituent Services and Training-Center. The Training-Center is located adjacent to the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum Historic South Entrance at 900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90007. The Natural History Museum is a family of three museums including the Natural History Museum located in Exposition Park, the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum located in Hancock Park, and the William S. Hart Museum located in Newhall. The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is a national leader in research, exhibitions and education. The Museum was the first dedicated museum building in Los Angeles, opening its doors in 1913. It has amassed one of the world’s most extensive and valuable collections of natural and cultural history-with more than 35 million objects, some as old as 4.5 billion years. Parking: Will be $12 at the Natural History Museum and California Science Center.


Abbe Land

Executive Director, LA County Women & Girls Initiative


Deborah Allen

ScD, Director of Health Promotion: Birth Outcomes and Infant Mortality
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Susie Baldwin

MD, Senior Physician Preventive Medicine: Domestic Violence