Rochester NOW Calendar

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CALENDAR

"This opportunity was brought to you courtesy of feminism." -- Marie C. Wilson, President and Founder, The White House Project

Oct 3
Noon
2:00 pm

Anthony Museum Monday Lecture Series
Dr. Paul B. Moyer, Professor of Early American History, the College at Brockport, will speak on "Jemima Wilkinson and Religion in Revolutionary America." Luncheon at noon ($25) or tea at 2:00 pm ($15). Carriage House, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, 17 Madison St. To register, call 585-279-7490 x10 or reserve online.

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Oct 5
Noon

YWCA's Empowering Women Luncheon
Keynote speaker: Beverly Gooden, victims' rights advocate and creator #WhyIStayed. Riverside Convention Center. $60. See website for more information and to register.

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Oct 6 - 16

ImageOut: The Rochester LGBT Film Festival
See website for schedule of films and events.

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Oct 7
8:00 -
10:00 am

Stanton Anthony Breakfast and Conversations
Youth, Homelessness, and Human Resiliency in the Face of Adversity. The Susan B. Anthony Center's program during the University of Rochester's Meliora Weekend. $25 per person/$15 per student. University of Rochester, Interfaith Chapel. See website for more information and to register.

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Oct 12
7:00 pm

Unpacking the Culture Surrounding Fifty Shades of Grey
Speaker: Amy Bonomi, chair and professor at Michigan State University. Bonomi has conducted multiple studies on the book Fifty Shades of Grey and its impact on popular culture and women's health. SUNY Brockport, Seymour Union Ballroom.

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Oct 13
4:00 pm

Unpacking the Culture Surrounding Fifty Shades of Grey - Discussion Panel
A panel of researchers will join Amy Bonomi (see Oct 12 event) to continue the discussion on the book Fifty Shades of Grey and its impact on popular culture and women's health. University of Rochester, Larry and Cindy Bloch Alumni and Advancement Center.

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Oct 15
11:45 am

Reality Tour - Get on the Bus!
Tour Rochester and listen from people who work to end poverty and people who are affected by it - from the homeless to the working poor. $20 donation for the tour or $15 for students and $10 for low income. Call 585-969-3409 or email realitytour@gmail.com. to register and get details. Sponsored by the Rochester Chapter of the Social Welfare Action Alliance. Co-sponsored by Rochester NOW and other organizations.

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Oct 17
7:00 pm

Rochester NOW Meeting
Chapter business meeting. First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Rd. South.

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Oct 19

Love Your Body Day
The Love Your Body campaign challenges the message that a woman’s value is best measured through her willingness and ability to embody current beauty standards. See Love Your Body Day website for more details.

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Nov 7
Noon
2:00 pm

Anthony Museum Monday Lecture Series
Dr. Jennifer Lloyd, Associate Professor Emerita, the College at Brockport, will speak on "Lydia Folger Fowler, Phrenologist for Suffrage." Luncheon at noon ($25) or tea at 2:00 pm ($15). Carriage House, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, 17 Madison St. To register, call 585-279-7490 x10 or reserve online.

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Nov 8

Election Day
Vote, dammit! Learn why NOW has endorsed Hillary at Ms. President NOW.

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Nov 21
7:00 pm

Rochester NOW Meeting
Chapter business meeting. First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Rd. South.

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