Presented in a VIRTUAL format
Due to current health precautions about COVID-19, the Chrysalis board and staff have elected to offer these presentations virtually.
As you know, Conversations events raise funds that allow us to continue to support the many services and agencies helping girls and women. We hope to continue to do so in our new format by asking you to consider making a gift of $10, $20, or $40.
If you would like to request a scholarship for these presentations, please email: email@example.com.
p.s. Join us April 29, 2020, for the first part of the series: Chrysalis Conversations: The Promise of Persistence featuring Representative Ruth Ann Gaines and Dr. Karen Lereoux as they explore the history and challenges of women achieving the right to vote.
_________________________________________________ History is made via a series of movements. In the study of history, some stories are lost, forgotten, or left unwritten. Chrysalis Conversations in 2020 will unpack some of those untold stories. In April, as the nation honors the 100th Anniversary of Suffrage, we will dig deeper into how this movement did not mean voting for all women, leaving women of color behind. In May, we will look closer at today's movements: how the internet and social media have changed how we mobilize and work together to improve our communities and our world.