Have you registered for the National Organization for Women-NYS Annual Convention & New Activist Training & Leadership Institute in Seneca Falls, NY?
On November 7-9, 2008 we will be at the birthplace of the women’s movement and the First Women’s Rights Convention in 1848. We will celebrate the 160th Anniversary!
Informative and Exciting Workshops!
Attendees will be shuttled to the 1st Presbyterian Church where Alice Paul first proposed the Equal Rights Amendment.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and Ellie Smeal speak at this historic location.
Senator Hillary Clinton is invited!
Other exciting speakers are:
Olga Vives, Executive VP of National NOW
Abby Ellin, Author of Waistland
Martha Burk, Author of Your Money and Your Life
JudyWellman, Author of The Road to Seneca Falls
Barbara W. DeBaptiste, Immediate Past President, and Beth Quillen Thomas, Current President of Board of the Directors for the National Women's Hall of Fame
We will be hosting a special luncheon to honor
Muriel Fox, Founding Mother of NOW
Honorable Deborah Glick, NYS Assemblymember
On Saturday night, the Women’s Hall of Fame and NOW-NYS will Co-sponsor a Reception and Dance where we will party to “Lady Operator” an all woman DJ team! And we will hear Sandy Rapp, feminist performer and author, as she sings some of her great feminist songs.
It’s easy to register!
Just use our “Donate” form on our home page of www.nownys.org
In the “Comment Box” tell us what you are paying for.
Registration for Convention $45 (NOW members)
Registration for Convention $70 (non members)
New Activist Training and Leadership Institute $20 (free to convention attendees)
Special Luncheon on Saturday $30 (register by Oct. 30, 2008)
Student Rate: $35 (Includes New Activist Training, Registration into Convention and Luncheon on Saturday)
And don’t forget, we will be networking on Saturday and Sunday mornings over bagels and coffee.
See complete information about our convention on www.nownys.org There you will see links for the hotel information, agenda and workshops.
Don't miss this event!
For Information, call: 518-452-3944