The Female Voice in Politics

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From Kevin Winnie ’16:

This event, taking place on Saturday May 2nd, will focus on the underrepresentation of women in United States politics. Several female politicians from varying levels of government will speaking about their experience in the political sphere. Following the speakers (3 – 5 PM), there will be a catered dinner (5 – 7 PM).

Seating is limited, PLEASE RSVP AT femalevoice.eventbrite.com

Speakers will include:
Rosa DeLauro, U.S. Representative of Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District
Toni Boucher, Connecticut State Senator of the 26th District
Dominique Thornton, Former Mayor of Middletown
Susan Bysiewicz, Former Connecticut Secretary of State
Sidney Powell, attorney and author of “Licensed to Lie”
and Wesleyan’s very own Professor Sarah Williarty who will be giving a special academic perspective

Please join this on this special occasion to celebrate as well as discuss the role of women in politics. Food will be served during our reception.

Supported by the Government Department, Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, Public Affairs Center, American Studies Department, History Department, and Feminism, Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Date: Saturday, May 2
Time: Speakers 3:00 – 5:00, Dinner 5:00 – 7:00
Place: Daniel Family Commons