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Women's March Poster Making Party

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Women's March Poster Making Party





Let's come together, get creative and stand up for our rights! Women's March on Saturday, January 19th is to be heard for WOMEN, JUSTICE, HUMANITY, & PEACE!

We suggest a $10 donation but if you cannot afford it and would like to attend we will take what you can give. We will be supplying all the materials needed to make an outstanding, creative & catchy poster for our march in Albany, NY. We will also provide coffee, snacks, positive vibes & some funky beats!

THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE IF YOU WANT TO BRING YOUR OWN STUFF! THE POINT IS UNITY, CREATIVITY, EMPOWERMENT & NETWORKING WITH EACH OTHER SO WE CAN GROW & STAND UP FOR OUR RIGHTS!

This workshop is hosted by NWR's Goddess Club- Empowerment Group!

The 2019 Women’s March in Albany will take place on January 19, 2019 at Albany's Capitol Park on State Street. While we are still determining the exact route, we are partnering with the Healthcare Education Project and several other prominent organizations, to lead a march that is both powerful and inspirational. Following the march, we will hear from a few prominent figures from the capital region. https://www.weconferenceandmarch.com/event-info/womens-march-albanyFeatured Speakers:Angelicia A. Morris, Executive Director of the Schenectady Human Rights Commission Dorcey Applyrs, Albany Common Council MemberRobin Chappelle Golston, President and CEO at Planned Parenthood Empire State Acts Libby Post, co-founder of CapitalWomen Albany Mayor Kathy SheehanDayana Pichardo, co-founder and Chairperson of Sabor Latino Lydia Martell, co-organizer of the April 20, 2018, National Student WalkoutKymlee Dorsey, transgender community leader and organizerDr. Aliya Saeed, founding president of Muslim Community Center Lisa Powell Graham, public speaker and political consultant Hamza Noor & Kaelyn DiCocco, co-organizers of March for Our Lives Albany Assemblymember Patricia FahyTeri Wilhelm, Co-Chair, New York Capital Region GLSENTahziana and Tahjanea GibsonTara L Martin, Statewide Political Director – New York State Nurse’s Association



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