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New Orleans NOW Message Board › Suggestions for the rest of 2011...?

Suggestions for the rest of 2011...?

Charlotte
Klasson
Group Organizer
New Orleans, LA
We would like to find out what kinds of activities you'd like to plan for the remainder of the year.

So far in 2011, we've had potlucks, a pool party and opportunities to lobby at the state capitol about anti-abortion legislation.

Anything you would like to suggest, please send it our way!

What could you help organize that would be meaningful for our members? What is your favorite reason or event to come together to discuss women's issues in Louisiana?



And here's something we'll be promoting....put it on your calendar!





Save the Date!

Monday, October 17, 2011



TERRY O'NEILL

President of NOW



will speak at

Tulane University's Uptown Campus

7 PM – location TBA



Terry O'Neill (L'80) is a feminist attorney, professor, activist for social justice, and president of the National Organization for Women since June 2009.



O'Neill taught at Tulane University and at the University of California at Davis, where her courses included feminist legal theory, international women's rights law, corporate law and legal ethics. A skilled political organizer, O'Neill worked on Hillary Clinton's campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, Barack Obama's presidential campaign, and the campaign leading to the election of Louisiana's first woman U.S. senator, Mary Landrieu. She has also worked to elect women's rights supporters to judgeships and to the Louisiana state legislature.


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