VC Women's Day Festival
March 8th, 2020
Museum of Ventura County
100 E. Main Street, Ventura CA 93001
Last International Women's Day March 8, 2020, we took the celebration local. Thank you for coming to celebrate our feminine history & shape our future!
A free day of Music, Performances, Film, Workshops & Pop-Ups along with local Brews, Teas, and Food Trucks in celebration of International Women's Day!
Featuring > Collaborative Art, Yoga in the Park, BYO Tee Printing, VC Women in Business Showcase, Music by Jade Hendrix, and Performances by Folklorica and Vision 2020 Passion Players!
The Marquee Event featured a free film screening of Legalize Equality followed by an inspiring intergenerational dialog between two of Ventura County's fierce feminist sheroes - one of whom help form the first ever US National Women's Political Caucus and has advocated for women at the national level for decades and the other an emerging visionary. The trailblazer meets an emerging visionary!
Is there an issue that’s close to your heart that you want to speak out about? Do you feel drawn to a cause that you want to share with others? Are you fired up about something that needs to change and you just can’t keep it to yourself but something’s holding you back? What if you could get your message off of your heart, out of your head, and into the world! How would speaking up for change benefit you and everyone around you? Let me take you through my five steps to speaking up for change - steps you can start implementing right away!
A moderated inter-generational dialog between 90 year old veteran civil rights activist Lupe Anguiano and 17 year old high school senior activist and emerging leader Hannah Yale!
FOOD & BEVERAGES AVAILABLE ONSITE:
VC Women in Business and Leadership Showcase
“Equality of Rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”
Black Sorority Project
*Material compiled by Shanté Morgan-Durisseau, expert in Cultural Studies, certified expert in Women and Gender Studies from Claremont Graduate University.
Graciously sponsored by a fierce coalition of local advocates