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

Oct 21
7:00 pm

Political Cartoons: Artful Commentary - Rochester NOW Sponsored Talk
Political cartoons offer far more than chuckles. They are an intriguing form of political and social commentary through art, according to Rochester’s Elaine K. Miller. And political cartoonists are a gift to society. They're some of our best social critics.

Miller will offer her insights in “Political Cartoons: Artful Commentary” at 7 p.m. on October 21, 2014, at the Unitarian Church (220 S. Winton Road, Rochester, NY 14610). The free presentation is especially timely as this fall’s Election Day approaches.

Englehart political cartoon

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Oct 25
11:45 am -
3:15 pm

The Reality Tour
Ride the bus to see and hear from people who work to end poverty and from people who are affected by it - from the homeless to the working poor. Sponsored by the Social Welfare Action Alliance and co-sponsored by Rochester NOW. See Facebook page for more information.

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Oct 28
Noon

Planned Parenthood Luncheon
Sarah Weddington, best known for representing "Jane Roe" in the landmark Roe v. Wade case before the U.S. Supreme Court, will be the featured speaker. $60. Riverside Convention Center. See website to register.

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Oct 28
7:30 pm

Take Back the Night March and Rally
at the University of Rocheser. Meet in the Friel Lounge of the Susan B. Anthony dorm. Park in the library lot.

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Oct 29
7:30 pm

Take Back the Night March and Rally
at The College at Brockport. Rochester NOW President Alberta Roesser will be one of the speakers. Outside the Student Union on the Mall by the flagpoles.

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Nov. 3
Noon
or 2:00 pm

Susan B. Anthony House Monday Lecture Series
Rose O'Keefe, author, will speak on "Frederick and Anna Douglass in Rochester, NY: Their Home Was Open to All." Lunch at noon ($25) or Tea at 2 pm ($15). Susan B. Anthony House, 17 Madison St. Register at website.

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Nov. 17
7:00 pm

Rochester NOW Meeting
First Unitarian Church, 220 S. Winton Rd., Open to the public.

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