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Under the Trump Administration these past four years, the bold advances that women have made over the past decades, particularly those of our Black, Indigenous, Women of Color, Latinx, trans, and gender non-conforming relatives, have come under threat of regressing. We know the first 100 days are crucial in setting the tone and establishing priorities for any administration. This is why during this time, the National Organization for Women (NOW) and Black Women’s Blueprint will be bringing these voices to the forefront as part of a listening and discussion series, to share the issues that matter most to us – and the issues we need the Biden-Harris Administration to prioritize as part of a feminist agenda. 

Our communities have been healing from centuries of oppression and are no longer willing to be silenced or ignored. This series will serve as a space where our intersectional and radical feminism can live in action, and where we can come together,  share ideas and perspectives, and make an impact on the legislation and policies we want to see moving forward.

“100 Days of a Feminist Agenda: Healing from Centuries of Oppression – Our Work is  Not Done Yet” — A listening and discussion series co-hosted by NOW and Black Women’s   Blueprint throughout the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris Administration and beyond. The series kicked off with an inaugural session on Thursday, January 28.

Listening Sessions

January 28 – 323 Days of COVID: The Lasting Impact on Women

February 11 – The Unspoken Impact of Police Brutality against BIWOC, TGNC & Latinx Communities

February 25 – A Holistic Approach to Equitable Reproductive Healthcare

March 11 – Gender Equality As the Law of the Land – The Work to Pass the ERA

March 25 – Economic Justice – We Are Not Percentages of a Dollar: Solutions for Equal Pay Every Day

April 8 – Amplifying LGBTQIA+ Activism and Uplifting the Pursuit for Equality and Fundamental Rights

April 22 – Katrina, Maria, & Sandy: Climate Justice is a Feminist Issue

May 6 – Addressing the Femicide: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women