MORNING SESSIONS
       
8:30 am   GREETINGS
Ms. Publisher, FAYNE ERICKSON
 
Empire State Ballroom   COFFEE, TEA, & CONVERSATION
With MARCIA ANN GILLESPIE and GLORIA STEINEM
 
       
10:00-11:30   FEMINISM 2000  
Broadway   What's changing? What's the same? What are the "clicks"?  
       
10:00-11:30   RADICAL ACTS  
Alvin   Using consumer power, boycotts, art, street demonstrations, civil disobedience, and the Internet to raise issues, consciousness, and hell!  
       
10:00-11:30   GETTING SMARTER ABOUT GLOBALIZATION  
Carnegie   Understanding the perils and the potential for ensuring women's equality in the new economy  
       
10:00-11:30   CREATING COMMUNITY  
Juilliard   Building circles of support  
       
10:00-11:30   MAKING ALL WOMEN'S WORK COUNT  
Uris   Valuing our labor, redefining work, demolishing the ceiling, raising the floor  
       
10:00-11:30   STAYING SAFE  
Plymouth   Personal acts and political action  
       
10:00-11:30   INSIGHTS FROM DIVERSITY  
Booth   Learning from our interactions and relationships  
       
10:00-11:30   DOING TIME--CRIME, PUNISHMENT, AND WOMEN  
Imperial   Why ever-greater numbers of women and girls are in prison and what to do about it  
       
10:00-11:30   FEMINIST "FAMILY VALUES"  
Majestic   The changing dynamics, challenges, and rewards when the focus is on the content of families and not just the form  
       
10:00-11:30   GETTING OUR MESSAGE HEARD  
Shubert   How to effectively work the media and other trade secrets  
       
10:00-11:30   WOMEN IN BUSINESS--NEW STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS  
Morosco   Tips, techniques, and straight-talk about overcoming roadblocks  
       
10:00-11:30   THIS PANEL COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE: WOMEN & CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE  
Edison   The latest information on risks and prevention, plus free screenings  
 
LUNCH
       
12:00-2:00   LUNCH WITH A PHENOMENAL WOMAN DR. MAYA ANGELOU  
Empire StateBallroom      
 
AFTERNOON SESSIONS
   
2:30-4:00 pm   AFTERNOON SESSIONS IN HER OWN IMAGE  
Alvin   Taking control of our bodies and the messages  
   
2:30-4:00   GOING GLOBAL  
Carnegie   How to be in solidarity with our sisters internationally  
   
2:30-4:00   FILLING THE CUP  
Broadway   Nurturing your spirit while working for change  
   
2:30-4:00   RUN, WOMAN, RUN  
Juilliard   How to get more women into public office  
   
2:30-4:00   PERSONAL COUNSELING ON YOUR FINANCES  
Music Box   One-on-one advice from experts  
   
2:30-4:00   VALUES-CENTERED LEADERSHIP  
Morosco   The Seven Intentions Program provides tools for running a values-centered enterprise.  
   
2:30-4:00   RACE AND WOMEN  
Uris   Changing the terms and how this affects our activism and our movement  
   
2:30-4:00   OUR SEXUALITY, OURSELVES  
Lyceum   When it comes to taking ownership, how does your reality reflect your vision  
   
2:30-4:00   BREAKING THE SILENCE ON CLASS  
Majestic   From "upper class" to "under class," the changing lessons for women  
   
2:30-4:00   WHAT A GIRL WANTS  
Shubert   An update on girls' work and girls' wants  
   
2:30-4:00   WOMEN & CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE  
Edison   (Please see morning listing for details)  
   
4:30-5:30   The Conversation Continues with GILLESPIE and STEINEM:  
Crystal Fountain Reception Restaurant   A Celebration of Women's Reproductive Freedom with Gloria Feldt, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America  
   

 


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