Fresh Off the Campaign Trail: Women of Color Challenge the Status Quo
What: Fresh Off the Campaign Trail: Women of Color Challenge the Status Quo
When: Tuesday, October 24th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Where: Midtown Manhattan – location will be emailed upon RSVP
These first-time City Council candidates are ready for a tell-all discussion about what worked and what didn’t during this competitive campaign season. This is your chance to learn how women of color candidates are challenging the status quo in New York City government. The panel will be followed by a Q&A and networking session. Join us and get inspired!
Amanda Farias, Candidate for City Council District 18, Bronx
Pia Raymond, Candidate for City Council District 40, Brooklyn
Alison Tan, Candidate for City Council District 20, Queens
Marjorie Velazquez, Candidate for City Council District 13, Bronx
Can’t make it? Send this invitation to a woman you think should run for office! We all know a fearless woman who would make a great elected official and lead the resistance.
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