June 20, 2016
Drawing on a legacy of activism and political involvement, women in DC today have access to the city’s top jobs. But does this apparent success belie persistent inequalities? Join us as we ask women in politics, government and the private sector
The program will be moderated by Pamela Perkins, a professor of public speaking at the University of the District of Columbia, Community College.
Jennifer Krafchik – Deputy Director and Director of Strategic Initiatives, Sewell-Belmont House
Kenia Seoane-Lopez – Magistrate Judge at the District of Columbia Superior Court
When: Thursday, July 7, 2016, 6:30-8:30pm
Where: Busboys and Poets, 14th and V (2021 14th St NW)
On the first Thursday of each month in 2016, at the various Busboys and Poets locations throughout the city, we will look at the history of the city in 20 year increments. Specially chosen moderators and panelists will help link the obscure, monumental, marginalized, and mainstream stories about the city’s past with issues that are are relevant to present-day Washingtonians.