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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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Type: Day 2 - Afternoon [clear filter]
Sunday, May 6

1:00pm PDT

LEGALIZE EQUALITY, Documentary Short Film + Panel Mount Saint Mary's University - Rose Hills AuditoriumLIMITEDDr. Emerald Archer • Bettina Hager • Kamala Lopez • Jyoti Sarda Creativity As a Force to Reimagine the World California African American MuseumFILLINGGina Belafonte • Michelle DuBois • Oge Egbuonu • Tina Farris • Dolores Huerta • Johna Rivers • Deborah Santana • Jurnee Smollett-Bell • Anasa Troutman Equity and Allies in Hollywood: The Role of Men Viacom HeadquartersFULLKent Alterman • Abbi Jacobson • Larry Salz • Tara Schuster • Christie Smith Women Who Influence: Being driven by Purpose, not Position Petty Cash TaqueriaFULLDesiree Peterkin Bell • Kristy Dubinsky • Kimberly M. Foxx • Melody Garcia • Laura Packard • Brittany Packnett #MeToo, Now What? Solutions to End Sexual Violence University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 124FILLINGEmma Boorboor • Jess Davidson • Jennifer Dillon • Emily Martin • Diana Rhodes Aligning Your Messages to Maximize Impact: California’s Efforts to Improve Access to High-Quality Public Arts Education The Riveter: Co-Working SpaceFILLINGLeticia Buckley • Denise Grande Behind the Movie Lens MarVista EntertainmentFULL Building Resilience and Preserving Your Emotional Health in Today's World The Riveter: Co-Working SpaceFULL Crowdfunding: How to Raise the Money You Need to Make Change University of Southern California, Taper 202FULLIrene Shin How to Start or Join a Women's Giving Circle or PAC Liberty Hill FoundationFULLAdina Brin • Wendy Chang • Susan Genco • Julie Hermelin • Felicia Jones • Jamie Kantrowitz • Helen MacKinnon • Diana Rodriguez • Sally Smith • Joanna Weiss La Lucha Da Energía (The Struggle Gives You Energy): Our Experiences as Trans Women of Color and the Journey Toward Liberation Family Room at APAITFULLRaffi Freedman-Gurspan • Bamby Salcedo Planned Parenthood's Path to Power: March, Vote, Win Planned Parenthood Los Angeles HeadquartersFULL Pretty Toxic: How You Can Protect Your Health Black Women for Wellness HQFULLMartha Dina Argüello • Marissa Chan • Lisa Fu The Future of Work is Female | Re-designing the Modern Workplace for a United State of Women University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 123FULLJoi Chaney • Noreen Farrell • Sarah Fleisch Fink • Molly Ford • Pameyla Herndon • Lenora Lapidus • Tolu Lawrence • Brittany Packnett • Monica Rodriguez There’s A Role for Everyone: Multiple Constituency Organizing - Lessons from the Domestic Worker and Care Movements University of Southern California, Taper 106LIMITEDSari Billick • Myrla Baldonado • Nikki Brown-Booker • Monique Harris • Aquilina Soriano • Julia Wackenheim Youth Voices Townhall 1200 Santee Street, Ste. 1200, Los Angeles CA 90015LIMITED

1:30pm PDT

2:30pm PDT


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