Women's Equality Day celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.
FORTY TWO years. It took FORTY TWO years to pass. It was introduced to Congress in 1878 by California Senator Aaron A. Sargent on the behest of suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (who was arrested for voting in the Presidential elections in 1872).
As part of aWe's POWERhour series, this Women's Equality Day, Founder (Project DIVA) Neda Kellogg and Founder (aWe) Kristi Hemmer are co-leading a Brave not Perfect Conversation around what Equality, Equity, and Liberation looks like for black and white women.
Be prepared to listen, wonder, share, sponsor, and learn POWERtools to start new Brave not Perfect conversations with colleagues, family members, the community, and beyond.
Contact Kristi if you are interested in this event. SEMI PUBLIC
Kristi Hemmer. www.puttingwomeninpower.com