YWCA What Women Want 2012 Town Meeting
September 29, 2012
From 9:30-4:30, Doors open at 9:00
Town Meeting is FREE and lunch will be provided
The YWCA USA is hosting an interactive, non-partisan, and engaging town meeting with women voters to gauge women’s top issues in the 2012 Presidential election. Join the YWCA for an exciting and thoughtful facilitated conversation on what is at stake for women in this election cycle.
AmericaSpeaks will partner to organize and conduct the Town Meeting. Using the 21st Century Town Meeting® participants will discuss important issues to women in small groups, vote on priorities that matter to you and see the collective results of all in the room.
The Town Meeting will focus on key advocacy areas of the YWCA: Economic Empowerment, Health and Safety and Racial Justice and Civil Rights. Results from the “What Women Want 2012: A YWCA USA National Survey of Priorities and Concerns” will be shared during the meeting. Participants will also have an opportunity to engage with candidates from both sides of the political aisle and learn more about their positions on key issues impacting women and children.
Read about the event in The Cincinnati Enquirer: YWCA to Host Town Hall Meeting for Women.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 50 East Freedom Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Detailed directions will be provided closer to the event. There is a small fee for parking will be charged, metro from Government Square stop is advised!
For more information contact 888-953-9922. Please note that the event is intended for female participants 18 years of age or older.