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Women’s March Foundation to Push A Feminist Agenda at Netroots Nation Convention in Philadephia, Pa On July 11-13, 2019

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, Founder & Executive Director, Women’s March Foundation

Women’s March Foundation Founder & Co-Executive Director, Emiliana Guereca will lead the Women’s Caucus at the  event in , , July 11-13, 2019 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

Netroots Nation has hosted the largest annual conference for progressives, drawing nearly 3,000 attendees from around the country and beyond. In the countdown to November 6, we know that no matter what...Netroots Nation attendees are online organizers, grassroots activists, independent media makers, and professionals who work at advocacy organizations, progressive companies and labor unions.

Attendees will choose from 80 plus panels, 60 plus training sessions, inspiring keynotes, caucuses, film screenings and lots of networking and social events. Netroots Nation has identified sessions that Women’s March Foundation has stamped as important in progressing a feminist agenda.

“It is critical that women have a presence at gatherings like Netroots Nation, so we have a place at the table when discussing issues that directly impact women.” – Emiliana Guereca,Founder & Co-Executive Director of Women’s March Foundation.

Women’s March Foundation is excited to lead the Women’s Caucus at Netroots Nation, which will focus on women utilizing social media to share their voices not only within their communities but on a national level.

“Social media gave women the courage to speak up, march report abuse and take down the powerful elite. What started as a Facebook event ballooned into the largest protest in human history, giving women a glimpse into the power they wield. Then came #MeToo, #TimesUp and #YouKnowMe-ways for women to come together to share their most personal stories in solidarity. Join us for a Women’s Caucus to discuss what the next chapter of change might look like for women.” – Emiliana Guereca, Founder & Co-Executive Director of Women’s March Foundation. 

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