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Ask a Feminist by Act Now Mantra

Sep 26, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

$28 – $35

Why do so many men who believe in the equality of the sexes have a hard time calling themselves feminists? Has the #MeToo movement perpetuated the victimhood status of women or given them a voice? Is expecting men to pick up the check but treat women as equals at work, a double standard?

Join Act Now Mantra for an open and honest conversation on feminism in the #MeToo era – what it is, what it isn’t, and how it is reshaping our workplaces and our homes. A diverse panel of men and women from across Seattle will explore these and other questions. The panel will be followed by a Q&A and informal networking opportunity.

Who: Men, women, gender nonconforming – all are welcome!
Where: 4th Ave Lobby Conference Room, 925 4th Ave., Seattle, WA
Drinks 🍷 and snacks will be provided.

In a world of partisan press and attack-dog political rhetoric, Act Now Mantra’s Heart to Heart series exists to find common ground across the political spectrum and to celebrate our differences by providing an inclusive forum for thoughtful, respectful dialogue on the issues of the day.

Join us!

Organizer

Act Now Mantra
Phone:
6465441909
Email:
seattleshoba@gmail.com

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Venue

925 4th Ave, Seattle, WA
925 4th Ave, 4th Floor Conference Room
Seattle, 98104 United States
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