Women in Power Multicultural Forum, Saturday Oct. 16 | Community Spirit
This weekend, Atlanta area college students and women from across the state will assemble for “,” a nonpartisan, intergenerational event hosted by SCLC/Women’s Organizational Movement for Equality Now, Inc. and the Georgia Coalition of Black Women (GCBW).
The public is invited to attend on Saturday Oct. 16, 10 -12 noon at the Atlanta Civic Center (395 Piedmont Avenue NE).
The ballot power of women will be the focus this Saturday’s forum. Key attendees include: actress, singer and activist, Sheryl Lee Ralph; chair of the National Congress of Black Women, E Faye Williams, Esq; former Atlanta Mayor, Shirley Franklin; Riverdale Mayor Evelyn Wynn-Dixon; Macon City Council Member, Elaine Lucas and State Representative, Alisha Thomas Morgan.
Co-conveners, Evelyn Gibson Lowery and Rita Jackson Samuels are hosting the FREE event to motivate women to vote and clarify their ability to be “Game Changers” in the upcoming election.
For more information call (404) 584-0303 or (404) 653-1199.
Participating Organizations include:
Coalition for the Peoples' Agenda, Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials Women's Division, Asian American Legal Advocacy Center, Inc.- Georgia Caribbean Association Heritage Committee, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Georgia Women's Action for New Directions (WAND), Women Overcoming Whatever Foundation (WOW), SCLC Women's Veterans, MLK March Committee, League of Women Voters of Georgia, League of Women Voters of Gwinnett County, Georgia Stand Up, Women in the NAACP (WIN), Clark Atlanta University African American Women's Studies, NAACP Youth and College Division
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