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Equal Means Equal - It's Time to Act

Philadelphia History Museum
15 South 7th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
US

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Thu, Nov 9 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EST

Philadelphia, PA Thu, Nov 9 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EST

It's Time to Act! Join Ellevate Philadelphia, the Justice Bell Foundation and the Philadelphia History Museum for the documentary Equal Means Equal & discussion with local experts.

We are teaming up with the Justice Bell Foundation and the Philadelphia History Museum to host the award-winning documentary, "Equal Means Equal" and an evening of connecting and discussion. Come ready to discuss the Equal Rights Amendment, the 19th Amendment, and local issues / roadblocks to pay equality with a panel of experts. 

Be ready for action. It's time to disrupt!

Parking:  One Independence Parking Garage

$5 CASH only parking to event attendees (Please see front desk at Museum for voucher) Enter on Ranstead by making a right off of 7th Street or a right off of 6th Street

Ellevate members network with intention. We help you make the most of your time - and ensure real relationships are formed - by connecting you with Ellevate members after each networking event.
 
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3 Comments

Barbara Kaplan
November 9, 2017

Ditto. Unfortunately, everything aches. I think it's time and, hopefully not too late, for a flu shot. Sorry to miss the event and all of you.

Stephanie McCullough
November 9, 2017

So sorry I'm not going to make it! I will miss you all.

Barbara Kaplan
November 8, 2017

Hello everyone. Looking forward to tomorrow night. If anyone lives on the Main Line (near Narberth) and is driving home, may I hitch a ride? Happy to pay your parking. Thanks!

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Philadelphia History Museum
15 South 7th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
US

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Thu, Nov 9
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EST

Speakers
Amanda Owen
Amanda Owen

Justice Bell Foundation Executive Director

Amanda Owen is the Executive Director of the Justice Bell Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate women’s history, advocate for women’s equality and to honor the Justice Bell and its historic role in the American struggle for women’s suffrage and equal rights. Learn more at www.justicebell.org

Lucienne Beard
Lucienne Beard

Executive Director, Alice Paul Institute

Executive Director of the Alice Paul Institute, a women's history and leadership development center based at Alice Paul's family home, Paulsdale, in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. She has worked in non-profit education and program development for over 25 years in museums and cultural organizations in Philadelphia and surrounding area.

Jovida Hill
Jovida Hill

Executive Director of Philadelphia Commission on Women

Jovida Hill was appointed by Mayor Kenney in June 2016. Prior to joining the administration, she was an award-winning writer and producer of more than 200 films and videos for the education, broadcast and training markets. Her work has included the civil rights documentary series In the Land of Jim Crow.

Anna Holemans
Anna Holemans

Senior at Friends Select / Intern for ERA Coalition

Holemans, a junior at Friends Select School in Center City, has been organizing Alice’s March for Equality for about a year and a half with the support of the Alice Paul Institute in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, and the Friends Council on Education, the national umbrella organization for Quaker schools based in Philadelphia. The march took place Jan. 2017.

Cynthia Little
Cynthia Little

Historian, Philadelphia History Museum

Author of "Business History Holdings at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania", a brief overview of the collections of interest to business historians. Former Board Member of New Century Guild.

Sponsors
Philadelphia History Museum

The Philadelphia History Museum engages Philadelphians and regional visitors with its extraordinary collections that reflect Philadelphia’s rich history and the diversity of its people and their neighborhoods through exhibitions, educational programs and technology which explore the past to better understand the present.

Justice Bell Foundation

Celebrating women's contributions. Advocating for women's equality.   The mission of the Justice Bell Foundation is to celebrate women’s contributions, advocate for women’s equality, and honor the Justice Bell and its historic role in the American struggle for women’s suffrage and equal rights.