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Celebrating 100 Years of Voting With Women 18 - 108

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Get the Leaders Women Deserve - VOTE! KWH Law Center Wants You to "Spread the Word!"

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - June 20, 2020 - PRLog -- Celebration has three main areas of focus: (1) the strength and power of getting every 18-year-old young woman in New Mexico registered and voting in the 2020 General Elections in November; (2) the strength of women working together having a woman from each state join us on a virtual platform in New Mexico, pledging to vote, changing the trajectory of women's rights with the power of her vote in 2020; and (3) the strength of women 90 years of age and older who continue to vote and share stories of the first time they voted to inspire other women to vote.

The Celebrating 100 Years of Voting with Women 18-108 Event Takes Place;

  • When: Wednesday - August 26, 2020  @ 4:00 - 8:00 pm Mountain Time.
  • Emphasis: Increase the number of female millennial voters beginning at 18 years of age, to having every woman who is eligible to vote, and fully commit to it, in the 2020 General Election this November.
Albuquerque Civil Plaza | Women representing all genres of performing arts will join us. The two keynote speakers are Albuquerque City Councilor Diane Gibson, and renowned author Olivia Friedman, speaking on 2020 and Beyond in the era of Women's Rights. These thought-leaders will discuss best practices, lessons learned, and what successful women's voting movements look like.

Sponsorships Are Available
Please contact Pamelya Herndon at (505) 205-0868 to sponsor or support the event. Email is; pherndon@kwhlawcenter.org. KWH Law Center for Social Justice and Change is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. Donations to help with the event are being accepted through the KWH Law Center PayPal Account.

Special Mentions | Thank You: Albuquerque City Councilor Diane Gibson, Cultural Affairs Department - City of Albuquerque, and the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico

https://youtu.be/p-JkN0_39mA

Call to Action: Every woman already voting, focuses on getting one 18-year-old young women registered and voting, and/or, find a woman who's not registered to vote, help her get registered and facilitate her voting; find and encourage as many women as possible over 90 years old to tell their stories about the importance of voting; and for women to submit stories of the first time they ever voted, the change they created with their vote, and candidates that received their votes.

KWH Law Center is a 501(c )(3) nonprofit law center, focused on raising the well-being of women, children, and families with children by promoting racial and gender equality, economic, educational, and healthcare equity.

See KWH Law Center in action at @KWHLawCenter

"Spread the Word"

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KWH Legal Center | 501(c)(3) nonprofit
pherndon@kwhlawcenter.org

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