Contributions of Women’s Organizations to the Philadelphia Community
Posted by on February 14, 2003
Join us for the Third Annual President?s SYMPOSIUM
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN?S ORGANIZATIONS TO THE PHILADELPHIA COMMUNITY
Philadelphia has a rich, vibrant feminist community with many long-standing organizations, which have made major contributions to improving the lives of women in Philadelphia. Learn about the contributions and history of these organizations and the challenges they are facing for the future.
Kathy Black, President, Coalition of Labor Union Women and Vice President, National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter
Cindy Ferguson, Executive Director, Community Women?s Education Project
Karen Fitchette Gordon, Executive Director, Black Women?s Health Project
Cynthia Figueroa, Executive Director, Women Against Abuse
Carole Johnson, Executive Director, Women Organized Against Rape
Trina Johnston, Executive Director, Choice
Melissa Weiler Gerber, Executive Director, WOMENS WAY
Moderator: Karen Bojar, President, National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter; Coordinator of Community College of Philadelphia Women?s Studies/Gender Studies Program
Closing remarks: Claudia Curry, Director, Community College of Philadelphia Women?s Center
When: Friday, February 21, 2003, 12:30-2:00
Where: Large Auditorium, BG, Bonnell Building
Community College of Philadelphia
1700 Spring Garden Street
Admission is free. This event is open to the public.
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