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Saturday, April 21 • 3:20pm - 4:50pm
The Women's Movement: Where Do We Go From Here? Live from Define American's Chicago Film Festival, Conversation 1163

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A live stream and panel conversation on female empowerment in light of the Time's Up and #MeToo movements. How are women's voices changing our country, and what's next? How is the nation changing due to the power of the inclusivity of women’s voices in new conversations, policies and narratives? 

Moderators
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Paola Mendoza

Mendoza was the Artistic Director for the Women’s March on Washington, the largest one-day mass | mobilization in the history of the world. She is a critically acclaimed film director and author. Her award- | winning movies have premiered at the most prestigious film festivals... Read More →

Speakers
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Erika Andiola

Andiola is a DREAMer and the political director of Our Revolution, a progressive American political action organization which educates voters about issues, gets people involved in the political process and works to organize and elect progressive candidates. Our Revolution was spun... Read More →
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Anuria Bhargava

Bhargava served as the chief of the Educational Opportunities Section of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. From 2010-2016, she led federal enforcement of civil rights laws in schools and institutions of higher education. Since the Obama administration ended... Read More →
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Michaela Angela Davis

Davis is an image activist, writer, creative director & cultural commentator. She is the creator of MAD FREE, a | service and platform for producing creative content, curating culture and connecting community. She’s been | honored by the NAACP, UNCF, The City of NY, and others... Read More →
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Ai-jen Poo

Poo is a labor organizer whose compelling vision of the value of home-based care work is transforming the | landscape of working conditions and labor standards for domestic or private-household workers. Ai-jen Poo | received a B.A. (1996) from Columbia University and began her... Read More →
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Bethany Yellowtail

Yellowtail is a fashion designer and activist. Yellowtail is the CEO and designer of the B.Yellowtail indigenous clothing line, which reflects her Apsaalooke (Crow) & Tsetsehestahese & So’taeo’o (Northern Cheyenne) tribal heritage.