Conversations Through Time!
The Women Who Won The Vote
Thursday, October 22, 6:30 pm
Joint Program with Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society – Sigal Museum
Please join us for an exciting zoom event. In partnership with Sigal Museum you will meet seven suffragist women in period dress as they are interviewed about their experiences fighting for the rights of women. It is sure to be a unique and fun experience. A zoom link will be sent to all AAUW Easton members.
Please let others know that they can register at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the link.
Poverty, homelessness, child care, inequality, hunger, domestic violence and oppression are not issues unique to women, but they often disproportionally affect women. If an issue affects a woman, it often affects her children, her parents, and her family. What is our area doing to help with these issues, especially in this time of Covid-19? How can we help?
We are fortunate to learn about these community issues from experts in the field who have been actively helping others in these areas for years. Janice Thomas, Director of Homeless Services at Third Street Alliance, Janice Komisor, Executive Director of ProJeCt Easton will be joined by Senator Lisa Boscola and /or her staff for a lively discussion of these issues.
Third Street Alliance provides a safe and healthy space for families to connect with community networks with homeless services and learning opportunities for children. Project Easton provides school and work force education, life skills mentoring and a summer reading program. It has emergency support and a food pantry.
We will also be joined by Senator Lisa Boscola and /or her staff. A five-term state senator for the 18th district she has advocated for affordable housing, job expansion, and economic development initiatives.
We look forward to learning more about these issues right here in our community. A zoom link will be sent closer to the date.
We have a new addition to our home page. It’s easier than ever to become a Two Minute Activist. Just click on the link on the right side of this page under AAUW Links. It’s the last one. Once you click, you will be taken to the sign up page. Just be sure to scroll down to the bottom of that page. That’s all there is to it. Click the link and begin your advocacy efforts!
In a normal year, there are no branch activities in July. This is hardly a normal year and our branch co-presidents have been busy planning our virtual Scholarship and Award Presentation scheduled for July 28th. More information on this and our interest groups can be found in the newsletter.
If you would like to make a donation to our Branch’s Scholarship Fund, it’s not too late. The Yellow “Donate” Button, in the right hand corner of this page, will allow you to make a donation using your credit card or Paypal.
We miss seeing and speaking with all of you, our branch members, but want to make sure we all stay safe and well. Due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus, all in person May programs and interest groups have been cancelled. Some interest groups are meeting virtually. All members are welcome to attend any virtual interest group meeting. Check with the Interest Group Chair for more information.
Due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus, all in person April programs and interest groups have been cancelled. Some interest groups are meeting virtually. Check with the Interest Group Chair for more information.
Concerns about the Coronavirus
The outbreak of the Covid-19 virus is progressing rapidly. State and federal agencies are asking us to take unprecedented actions to impede the spread of the virus. We care about the health of our AAUW members and their families and are recommending that interest groups, AAUW related meetings and programs postpone, cancel, or have meetings remotely. We will do our best to keep you informed of the latest updates regarding our events. If you have specific concerns or questions, please contact us through this website.