What Matters to Women, Matters to America

23 Jan

Louisiana Women’s Roundtable Presents:

“What Matters to Women, Matters to America”


A conversation about the public policies that could shape the future of American women.

Please join us for the critical discussion about the role that politics and policy play in the lives of women and families in America. This conversation goes beyond the “war on women” to address the intersections of important policy decisions.

The event is taking place on February 19 from 6-8pm at Cafe Istanbul, New Orleans Healing Center (2372 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117). You should all go!!!

Mediated by Professor Nikki Brown from the University of New Orleans, the panel includes:

* Tania Tetlew, Tulane University, Domestic Violence Clinic

* Marjorie Esman, ACLU of Louisiana

* Karissa Haugeberg, Ph.D., Tulane University Department of History

* (Invited) Paulette Lewis, Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Dept. of Labor

Louisiana Women’s Roundtable is a strong coalition of local organizations including: Louisiana NOW, American Association of University Women, ACLU-LA, Independent Women’s Organization, Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies, League of Women’s Voters-New Orleans, LA Progress, National Council of Jewish Women-Greater New Orleans, and Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast


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