Paradigm Shift NYC Presents a Screening and Discussion of
Not Dead Yet (2009)
Join Woodhull and Paradigm Shift for this screening and discussion featuring:
Susan Hess Logeais, Producer & Star
& Jennifer Pozner, Women In Media & News
Wednesday July 6th, 2011 6:30pm
Roy Arias Studios
300 W. 43rd. St. Ste. 402 (corner of 8th Ave), NYC
Subway: A,C,E to 42nd Street/Times Square
Buy Tickets Today!
$15 online, $20 door
For more information & trailer www.ParadigmShiftNYC.com
“If politicians want to defund the National Endowment for the Arts, it may be because they are afraid of the power of art. If they are afraid of the power of art, it’s because they recognize the potency of the poet’s words. And if politicians are indeed unnerved by the potency of the poet, then they should indeed be intimidated by Poetic People Power, and the political feats it accomplishes outside the realm of politicians. Each spring, some of the fiercest poets are united in New York City to tackle thorny topics–universal health care, voting, democracy–with the power of the spoken word. With wit and fearlessness, they have systematically challenged the status quo, creating a ripple effect over the last nine years.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011, 6:30 PM
NOW-NYC hosts a special workshop with leading feminist activist, Shelby Knox, who will give the inside track on igniting change in the blogosphere and beyond. Learn how to sharpen your blogging skills and tap the power of social networking for good. Join us for expert advice on how to be an effective activist and revolutionary thinker on the web.
RSVP: email@example.com | 212-627-9895
Location: 150 West 28th Street, Suite 304, NYC (@7th Ave)
About Shelby Knox
A seasoned feminist organizer, Shelby Knox knows how to utilize social media and blogging to inspire individuals and make change. With more than 8,000 followers, it’s no wonder Forbes listed her as one of “20 Inspiring Women to Follow on Twitter.” Today, Shelby is the Director of Organizing for Change.org, where her online petition in response to the irresponsible reporting of a New York Times journalist covering the gang rape of a young Texas girl received national attention and forced the Times to issue an apology and follow-up story.
If you’ve attended a leadership retreat or any of our programs, than you know how passionate we are about supporting women. We’ve discovered that word of mouth is the best way to share our Woodhull experience with others. That is why we are writing today to ask for your help to promote our upcoming retreats in NY and CA.
Here’s how you can help!
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I thought you might be interested in Woodhull’s program for women. If you’re graduating from college or looking for skills to progress in your career, than consider this leadership retreat in June. http://bit.ly/WomensLeadershipRetreat Woodhull’s leadership retreats educate women in the practical skills necessary to succeed in life. Workshop topics include Public Speaking, Negotiation, Financial Literacy and so much more.
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Send us a message that you help spread the word and we’ll thank you in our next Woodhull Weekly! Remember any person an Alumna refers is eligible for a $50 discount on their tuition!
For more information call 646-435-0837 or email RMarcus@woodhull.org.
Not sure what to do next with your life?
Maybe you’re just a bit unsatisfied overall but can’t exactly pinpoint what it is….
Our Visioning Workshop can help you sort it all out!
If you are looking for both answers and results to help figure out where you are right now in your life and where you want to go next, this could be thing exact thing you need to push you forward and take you there!
Volunteer Party & Gift Wrapping Night
Tuesday, Decmeber 14th, 6 PM
The Service Fund’s Annual Holiday Gift Drive provides a brighter holiday season for young women (ages 12-17) facing violence in their lives – many of whom live in local shelters or transitional housing in the NYC area.
Three ways to participate in the Gift Drive:
1) Purchase or bring like-new items to the office for donation (you can also donate cash – as we try to buy the girls each a $10 gift card every year).
**Drop off hours are Monday through Friday, 10am to 5pm, at our location (150 West 28th Street, Suite 304 @ 7th Ave) between November 29th and December 14th
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Dear Woodhull Community,
You are invited to come celebrate the holidays and the New Year with The Woodhull Institute! Come reconnect, rejoice, and refresh yourself with Woodhull Alumnae from all different retreats! There will be appetizers served and a cash bar available. We’d love to hear how your 2010 has been, and wish you the best for 2011!
Wednesday December 15th | 6:30pm-9:30pm | Mug Lounge 448 East 13th St New York, NY 10009
Cost: $5 (to cover appetizers) *RSVP REQUIRED!*