We Work for Change – event simulcast for students (Oct 3)

By , September 14, 2017 8:17 am

The Women’s Foundation is celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with an event, “We Work for Change,” featuring former UN Ambassador Samantha Power, who will speak about the importance of young people’s (particularly women’s) civic engagement.

The youngest-ever U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and one of TIME’s “100 Most Influential People,” Samantha Power spent the first half of her career explaining complex geopolitical events – as a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, war correspondent, and Harvard professor – and the last eight years helping to shape these events.

Through a special sponsorship, students can attend a live screening of the event—for free—at the Student Union Theatre on Oct 3rd from 4-6pm.  Students must bring their student ID card to attend the simulcast.

Students RSVP here.

The keynote itself is at the Kauffman Performing Arts Center, which is co-hosted by Leo and Yvette Morton.  Please note that the simulcast is for students only:  community members, faculty, and staff who wish to attend will need to purchase a ticket for the event.





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