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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.

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Amplifier: An art machine for social change!


We create visual campaigns and devise distribution strategies from the ground up to help build, strengthen, and grow movement moments, and to support specific nonprofit initiatives within those movements. We flip artists into activists, and observers into participants, providing folks with tools to participate in democracy. Our experiments are built on a foundation of free and open source art, the unlimited possibilities within a human-centered design process, and the potentials when analog and digital technology merge. Drawing from a diverse portfolio of the most talented artists in the world, a newly formed education cohort of teachers in every state, and Stanford d.School Media designers, we build campaigns that can and do change the national narrative. 

Our goal is to reclaim and rebuild an American identity rooted in equality, dignity, diversity, truth, and beauty. At Amplifier, we believe that each piece of art we create and distribute with our partners can be a compass that leads us away from the chaos and negativity of this polarizing time. 

This installation showcases artwork we have commissioned for and since the Women's March on Washington from female identifying and gender nonconforming artists based in the United States.