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Call for Web Designer/ Paradigm Shift Volunteer

From: Paradigm S.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 3:25 AM
Paradigm Shift: New York City's Feminist Community
has an opportunity for you!
Call for Volunteer Web & Print Designer!

Please email resume with links of web design work ASAP to:
[address removed]
(don't hit reply to this email- please send to above address)

Responsibilities:
- ParadigmShiftNYC.com design and maintenance (includes upcoming site upgrades and additions)
- newsletter design and deployment
- print material design
- online advertising management
- on-site event assistance
* must know html *
* experience with constantcontact, word press, & online video a MAJOR plus *
** opportunities for growth **

Perks:
- become a vital part of a rapidly growing, dynamic, creative, and super friendly feminist community/ non profit
- raise your voice, share your experiences, express your thoughts, showcase your talents, get inspired
- build a professional & social support system of like-minded folks
- meet and hang with prominent feminist leaders, activists, authors, artists, musicians, and filmmakers
- learn more about women's/gender/LGBT issues, feminist thought & discuss
- attend events for free
- join our current staff which includes Julia Weis- Community Outreach Coord, Sarah Carter- Business Manager, Stephanie Allred- Membership Coord, Morgan Otto-Berglund- Summer Intern from Smith College
- add this fabulousness to your resume

Must Be:
- detail oriented
- a great communicator
- responsible and results oriented
- able to laugh with gusto
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A HUGE Thanks to Leora Tanenbaum and all who attended "Women & Religious Equality: Lecture & Discussion with L. Tanenbaum" on April 1st!

** pics to come **

It was a fun night filled with an insightful lecture, engaging discussion, socializing, and Paradigm Shift-tinis (aka Apple-tinis...green's our signiture color)

A portion of the proceeds donated to Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) a feminist interfaith organization

ABOUT LEORA TANENBAUM:
http://www.takingbackgod.com/bio.htm

Leora Tanenbaum is the author of Taking Back God: American Women Rising Up for Religious Equality (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). It exposes the fact that millions of American Christian, Jewish, and Muslim women love their religion but are deeply troubled over their inferior status as women within their faith.

Leora's previous books are Catfight: Rivalries Among Women: From Diets to Dating, From the Boardroom to the Delivery Room, about the ways in which women often try to sabotage one another, and Slut! Growing Up Female With a Bad Reputation, about girls labeled "sluts" by their peers (both HarperPerennial).

Internationally, her books are available in Germany, Turkey, Australia/New Zealand, and Greece.

In addition to books, Leora has written for Newsday, Seventeen, Ms., and The Nation, among many other publications. She has been featured in Redbook, The Washington Post, and The Forward, among many publications. She is quoted regularly in newspapers such as The New York Times, L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune, and USA Today and in magazines ranging from CosmoGirl to Child. She is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Feminist Press.

ABOUT WATER:
http://www.his.com/~mhunt/

The Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) began in 1983 in response to the need for theological, ethical, and liturgical development for and by women.

We are a feminist educational center, doing work locally, nationally and internationally organizing programs and projects, publications and workshops, counseling, spiritual direction and liturgical planning which help people actualize feminist religious values in the service of social change.

WATER helps develop inclusive religious and social communities, and focuses feminist faith on bringing about social justice.

With Heart and Spirit,
Lisa A. Snyder & Meredith Villano, Co-Founders

Paradigm Shift: New York City's Feminist Community
www.ParadigmShiftNYC.com

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