In support of building a community who mentor, support and inspire each other, we are implementing some exciting changes. This new format, reminiscent of a seated reception, is designed to make the event more intimate and encourage the conversation. Please note that although you are selecting a seat in the theater, we will be seated in the lobby.
Women in Conversation creates a strong voice surrounding topics of interest to women of all ages, building a community of women who support and motivate each other and engage in important conversations.
Winona LaDuke is a Harvard-educated economist and internationally renowned Native American activist, environmental activist, author, hemp farmer, grandmother, and a two-time former Green Party Vice Presidential candidate with Ralph Nader. She specializes in rural development; economic, food, and energy sovereignty; and environmental justice. Living and working on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota, LaDuke has written seven books including, Recovering the Sacred, All Our Relations, Last Standing Woman, The Winona LaDuke Chronicles, and her newest work, To Be A Water Protector: The Rise of the Wiindigo Slayers.
Jamie Margolin is a 19-year-old Jewish Colombian-American organizer, activist, author, public speaker, and filmmaker. She is co-founder of the international youth climate justice movement called Zero Hour that led the official “Youth Climate Marches” in Washington, DC, and more than 25 cities around the world during the summer of 2018. Zero Hour has more than 200 chapters worldwide and has been a leading organization in the climate movement. Margolin’s book, Youth To Power: Your Voice and How to Use It,” has been translated in many languages and sold all over the world. The book serves as a guide to organizing and activism.
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