In Focus: Where Women Stand–The First 100 Days of the New Administration

Leading voices from journalism, advocacy, law and politics will discuss the critical challenges facing women and girls today at The New York Women’s Foundation’s In Focus Where Women Stand: The First 100 Days of the New Administration event on April 19th at 6 PM. Panelists include Deborah Archer, Professor of Law and Director of the Racial Justice Project at The New York Law School, Jessica González-Rojas, Executive Director at National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, Rebecca Traister, Writer-at-Large for New York Magazine and L. Joy Williams, National Political Strategist.

The moderator will be Kiran Nazish, Journalist and Founding Director of the Coalition for Women in Journalism.

The event is presented in partnership with the NYU Women’s Leadership Forum.

Eisner & Lubin Auditorium











When: Wed., Apr. 19, 2017 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Kimmel Center (NYU)
60 Washington Square South
212-998-2424
Price: Free
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Leading voices from journalism, advocacy, law and politics will discuss the critical challenges facing women and girls today at The New York Women’s Foundation’s In Focus Where Women Stand: The First 100 Days of the New Administration event on April 19th at 6 PM. Panelists include Deborah Archer, Professor of Law and Director of the Racial Justice Project at The New York Law School, Jessica González-Rojas, Executive Director at National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, Rebecca Traister, Writer-at-Large for New York Magazine and L. Joy Williams, National Political Strategist.

The moderator will be Kiran Nazish, Journalist and Founding Director of the Coalition for Women in Journalism.

The event is presented in partnership with the NYU Women’s Leadership Forum.

Eisner & Lubin Auditorium