Equal Means Equal: So Where Are We in 2020?
Presented by the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association, the Women of Hopkins Affinity, and Johns Hopkins University Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration
As part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave U.S. women the right to vote, please join alumni, friends, and current students for a screening of the award winning documentary Equal Means Equal. The film examines the current state of women in the United States, through individual real-life stories, and a review of existing policies, precedent-setting laws, and their impact on women’s well-being and access to opportunities, even in 2020 one hundred years later.
Following the screening, join an interactive and moderated discussion featuring panelists with expertise in a broad variety of areas that align with the issues explored in the film. Themes for conversation and exchange include the ERA, gender pay gap, healthcare and reproductive rights, current policies and laws, and how to make change through action.
There will be an intermission for networking and refreshments.
*Creative Alliance is accessible; please contact any of the organizers to request accommodations.
*All are welcome, no matter your identity, ability, or faith background.
THU APR 30 | 6PM Mingle & 7PM Screening | $10, $7 MEMBERS
($3 service fee added to all ticket purchase. Avoid the fee by purchasing at Creative Alliance, in advance)
FREE for Students with RSVP (Must bring Student ID)