Conference

Saturday, November 4, 2017
New York Women’s Suffrage Centennial Conference

New York State Archives Partnership Trust

LOCATION:
Cultural Education Center
222 Madison Avenue
Empire State Plaza Albany, NY 12230

COST TO MEMBERS:
Registration $65
Exhibit Table with Registration $100

COST TO NONMEMBERS
Registration $75
Exhibit Table with Registration $200

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O2: Preference for Morning Breakout Session

Session A: Thinking Outside the Box: Winning Partnerships Preserving New York’s Women’s Cultural Heritage
Unconventional partnerships between corporations, foundations and historic sites find common ground to preserve and promote women’s history –showcasing important cultural heritage sites – as a platform in regard to women’s rights and the feminist movement in the early 21st century.

Session B: Women’s Rights are Human Rights
Moderated by the League ofWomen Voters of NYS. The long struggle to win the Equal Rights Amendment – is it over? How long must women wait for equal pay? Is healthcare a right or a privilege? Are we in control ofour bodies or is our government in control?

Session C: Use your Voice: Building Toward 2020
Learn about the legislative successes and failures from women dedicated to public service, and join the discussion how to get involved, build momentum and move women’s issues forward.

O3: Preference for Afternoon Breakout Session

Session D: Sharing Ideas for Successful Suffrage Programs and Promoting Dialogue Around Unresolved Issues
An open forum for sharing programming ideas that have worked, and why. An opportunity to ask questions and determine viability for your own organization.

Session E: Collectively Making Changes for the Lives of All Women
How can we work collectively and collaboratively to advance women’s issues on the state and federal levels?

Session F: Why Advocacy Matters!
ad·vo·ca·cy: the act or process ofsupporting a cause or proposal: the act or process ofadvocating something. Championing a cause happens in many ways. What style fits you? How can you utilize it to make a difference?

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