Winter Event List




New York, NY


National Action Network (NAN) Youth Huddle
January 23rd, 2017
House of Justice 106 W 145th Street New York, New York 10039


Writers Resist NYC sponsored by PEN America
The New York Public Library, 5th Avenue at 42nd St, New York, New York 10018
January 15th 2 pm



Official Nasty Women Art Exhibition NYC
Knockdown Center, Queens
January 12-15



Women’s March on NYC
1 Dag Hammarskoljd Plaza
January 21st



Health Equity Initiative, Engaging New Allies in the Health Equity Movement: A Partnership Summit
New York, NY
February 2nd and 3rd 2017



 Los Angeles, CA



Our First Stand: Save Healthcare With Sen. Kamala Harris
LAC/USC Medical Center (Sidewalk and Front Steps)
2051 Marengo Street
January 15th Noon PST



Our First Stand: Save Healthcare With California Nurses Association
Grauman’s Chinese Theater 6925 Hollywood Blvd
January 15th 5 p.m. PST



UCLA: Day of Mindfulness: Setting Conscious Intentions for 2017
Los Angeles Tennis Center – Straus Clubhouse
January 14th 10am-4pm



Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley: Women’s March Pasadena
Pasadena City Hall, Pasadena, CA
January 21st 9am-11am



Los Angeles Global Health Conference
Carnesale Commons – Palisades
January 28th 9am-4:40pm



Peaceful Gathering to Protect Immigrants & Refugees
Watsonville City Plaza358 Main St Watsonville, CA, 95076 United States
January 20th 2017 5:00 PM


Portland, OR


LGBTQ Depression and Bipolar Support Group
Q Center  4115 N. Mississippi Ave. Portland, OR 97217
January 30th 7pm



Creating Safe Conversations to Advance the Work of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity
Ecotrust Building 721 NW 9th Ave Portland, OR 97209
January 12th 8am



Practice of Hope Workshop
First Christian Church 1314 SW Park Ave Portland OR 97201
January 28th at 9am



Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon: Action Forum North
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette 3727 NE M L King Blvd Portland OR 97212
January 28th 11:00am-2:30pm



Reed Community Reading Project: Michelle Alexander, author of the “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” will join us for a lecture and Q&A
Reed College Kaul Auditorium 3203 SE Woodstock Portland, OR 97202
February 7th 6pm



Choreographer Sean Dorsey presents “The Missing Generation”
Reed College Greenwood Performance Theater 3203 SE Woodstock Portland, OR 97202
February 17th 7pm



Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Fundraiser: It’s not me it’s you-Stories From the Dark Side of Dating
Alberta Rose Theatre 3000 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
February 7th & 8th 6-9 pm


Omaha, NE


Try a Little Tenderness by Alexandria Smith – Alexandria Smith explores the transformative girlhood experiences that shape the women we become as she illuminates the complexities of Black identity.
The Union for Contemporary Arts
January 14th



Women’s March on Omaha
CenturyLink Center Omaha
January 21st 5pm-11:45pm



In the Court of Art: Women vs. Trump
Hot Shops Art Center
through January 29th



Health Equity Symposium
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Michael F. Sorrell Center for Health Science Education
January 25th 8:30am-2pm



Who’s Watching Nebraska’s Waters? : a panel discussion on Omaha area water quality in light of the proposed Costco/Lincoln Premium Poultry Operation
UNO Community Engagement Center, 6400 University Drive South, Room 230
January 25th 7 – 9pm



Nebraska Aids Project Quiz Night – The quiz masters will be NAPs Student Ambassadors, a group of teens actively working in the community to educate adolescents on the topic of HIV and STI prevention.
Urban Alley 1026 Jackson Street
January 26th 7-9:30pm



Nasty Women Omaha Art Show
Petshop 2725 N 62nd Street
January 28th 6pm – 12am



Eva Hasse, Presented with Darger HQ, one-time screening and post-film panel discussion
Film Streams
January 31st



Becoming An Image : Multi-media artist Cassils’s three-part exhibition addresses timely concerns of unseen violence and trauma against transgender bodies
Bemis Center for Contemporary Art
February 2nd – April 29th



Talk Back with the cast of HIR
Blue Barn Theatre Omaha
February 12th 8pm-11pm



HIR by Taylor Mac
Blue Barn Theatre Omaha
2/2/17 – 2/26/17



Planned Parenthood of the Heartland: Omaha Clinic Visibility
Omaha, Omaha NE
February 6th 8am-10am



Do Not Resist: Presented with ACLU of Nebraska, one-time screening and post-film panel discussion
Film Streams
February 2nd



Symposium on the state of transgender rights in Omaha – post show
Blue Barn Theatre Omaha
February 19th 8-9pm



UNO National Council of Negro Women present a four part Hidden Colors viewing and panel discussion
UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center 6400 South, University Drive North
4/3/17 5:30pm-9 ; 4/13/17 6pm-9pm; 4/25/17 5:30-9; 5/2/17 5:30-9



2017 Minority Health Conference: Expanding Your Lens to Advance Health Equity
Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel 333 S 13th St, Lincoln, NE 68508
April 19th


Chicago, IL


2017 Center for Community Health Equity Student Paper Award
Online submissions from students at DePaul and Rush Universities
Due 1/31/17



Illuminating (In)Justice: Violence, Racism, and Urban America
University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, Lobby 969 E 60th St, Chicago, IL
January 9th at 4:30-6pm;jsessionid=45238E273AA8F5875EC3633E5505EBCC.bw02



Planned Parenthood of Illinois Action: Women’s March on Chicago
Grant Park 337 E Randolph Dr Chicago, IL 60601
January 21st 10am-1pm



Conversations Panel on Gun Violence: Community Impact and Response
Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, 1140 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago
January 25th 6-8pm



AAAC Social Justice Talks
University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, Lobby 969 E 60th St, Chicago, IL
February 1st 6-8pm



Our First Stand: Save Healthcare With Sen. Dick Durbin and Rep. Jan Schakowsky
Central SEIU Healthcare HQ 2229 S. Halsted Street
January 15th 1 p.m., doors at noon



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