Washington, D.C. – Infrastructure supports how our society functions and enhances our standard of living. When we think of infrastructure, we often think about things like bridges, roads, and power grids. But infrastructure is much more than that. It’s access to public health services, paid family leave, and even affordable childcare. And it’s a feminist issue.
We need to put women at the forefront of the conversation when it comes to infrastructure. Women, especially women of color, are the ones who have been most affected by the failures of our infrastructure systems. They’re also the ones who have the experiences and knowledge to come up with the solutions to fix it. Join NOW and special guests in a townhall event to discuss how #WomenBuildBetter.
What: Women Build Better: Examining Women’s Contribution to Infrastructure
When: Wednesday, September 22nd at 6:30 pm ET
Where: Online via Zoom RSVP Here
Who: National NOW President Christian F. Nunes will engage in a discussion with special guests including –
- Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, Executive Director and CEO/Co-founder, MomsRising
- Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director and Co-founder, National Domestic Workers Alliance
- James Fukuda, New Jersey State Director, LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens)
Media: If you are interested in connecting to Christian F. Nunes, national president of NOW, or any of the featured speakers please contact email@example.com