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Eve Ensler Wants YOU to Join Her at the NOW Conference! | 2012 National NOW Conference

Eve Ensler Wants YOU to Join Her
at the NOW Conference!

Eve Ensler will take the stage at the National NOW Conference for a full hour on Friday, June 29. NOW is thrilled to have the author of the groundbreaking play The Vagina Monologues kicking off our 2012 conference. Eve is the founder of V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls. When she joins us in Baltimore, Eve will talk about One Billion Rising, an upcoming revolution she is planning for Valentine's Day 2013. You might even get a chance to ask Eve a question during a Q&A session.

So make your conference plans NOW! Be sure to arrive at the hotel before Friday at 12:00 noon, because that's when Eve is scheduled to appear.

A number of truly inspiring women will speak and accept awards throughout the weekend. These feminist champions have blazed trails for women in health and science, advanced economic justice for women, advocated for access to birth control, run for public office, and made headlines across the country for civil rights.

[photo - Eve Ensler - Keynote Speaker] [photo - Krystal Ball] [photo - Dr. Vivian Pinn]
Eve Ensler
Keynote Speaker
Krystal Ball Dr. Vivian Pinn
 
[photo - Tamika Mallory] [photo - Sandra Fluke] [photo - Dr. Heidi Hartmann]
Tamika Mallory Sandra Fluke Dr. Heidi Hartmann

Learn more about these speakers and check back often to see who's been added to the agenda.

This year's conference is in Baltimore, Md., June 29 - July 1. Online registration is open through June 13. The hotel is booking up fast, so make your hotel reservations soon.

See you in Baltimore!

 

© 2012 National Organization for Women

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