Leadership By Example: Women’s Equality Day History Tour

On Women’s Equality Day, August 26th, join Take The Lead and Women’s eNews for an evening of leadership focused empowerment!

Schedule

6:00 pm: Doors open for a wine & treats reception at Women’s eNews HQ

6:30 pm: Welcome & discussion about women and leadership from Gloria Feldt (Take The Lead) and Rita Henley Jensen (Women’s eNews)

7:00 pm: Women’s history walking tour celebrating pioneering women who exemplify the effort to create gender equality using agency, power and leadership.

The walking tour stays within the local area of Downtown Manhattan, leaving from Women’s eNews HQ and ending at St. Paul’s Chapel (Fulton Street and Broadway).

Date: Wednesday, August 26th
Time: 6.00 pm8:00 pm
Location: Start at Women’s eNews HQ
Tickets: $20
Spaces limited. Registration ends Tuesday, August 25th, 5pm 
6. Ernestine Rose

Ernestine Rose

Learn about Ernestine Rosea leading Jewish feminist of the first wave movement who campaigned for married women’s property rights!
Hear the story of Elizabeth Jennings, the first African American to bring a successful lawsuit against race discrimination on public transit in New York City.
 
Hear the inspiring words that led to the foundation of the suffragist newspaper, The Revolutionat “Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Corner.”
 
Ida B. Wells

Ida B. Wells

Visit the street where Ida B. Wells’ refused to be intimidated, and had her controversial article published despite mobs burning down her newspaper in Memphis, TN.

For more information and to Book your tickets today

Contacts:
Meagan at meagan@womensenews.org or call at 212-244-1720
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