I’m honored to have been asked by the Women’s Summit to give a presentation on progressive messaging. Please join me and hundreds of others connected to the Women’s March for a day of activism and connection.
WHAT: Women’s Summit Event info and tickets
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 28 – 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Mile Hi Church
9077 W. Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO, 80226
TICKETS: Tickets are on sale for $25 at Eventbrite.com.
March on Colorado, the network that led more than 150,000 local citizens in a march through downtown Denver on January 21 for the advancement of human rights for women and other marginalized communities, will present the inaugural Women’s Summit at Mile Hi Church.
The Summit, a sister event to The Women’s Convention in Detroit presented by the Women’s March, will bring women and men of all races, ethnicities, ages, abilities, sexual identities, religions, and backgrounds together in Denver for inspiring forums and intersectional movement building to continue the preparation going into the 2018 midterm elections.
The Women’s Summit will unite first-time activists and movement leaders, current and rising political stars, and women from throughout the Rocky Mountain region to gain concrete insight, instruction, and inspiration on activism and organizing as a grassroots force for change. Summit sessions and speakers will include:
Colorado Democratic Party State Chair Morgan Carroll and State Senator and Minority Leader Lucia Guzman: “Translating Activism into Political Action”
Writer and Activist Chris Devlin: “Taking Charge of the Narrative: Messaging for Progressives”
Communications Experts Hilary Blair of ARTiculate: Real and Clear: “Engaging Your Powerful Voice”
President of Colorado Black Women for Political Action Halisi Vinson:
“Beyond Diversity and Inclusion: Whose liberation is it?”
Licensed psychotherapist and certified life coach Nancy Harris, LCSW: “Self-Care Strategies for Managing Tough Times”
About March On Colorado
On January 21, 2017, the Women’s March on Denver harnessed the power of nearly 150,000 voices and we do not intend slow down or to be silenced. We will continue to speak out through March On to support social justice, human rights and equality through four pillars of action – educate, empower, connect and engage – to demonstrate that we will be vigilant in protecting these rights for our community moving forward. We are all relevant, we are all valued, and we are more powerful together. For more information, visit March On Colorado.