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A Community in Conversation: Who Has the Power to be Heard?

Saturday, March 21
Starts at 12:00 PM

McLean County Museum of History
200 N. Main St, Bloomington IL 61701

A Community in Conversation:  Who Has the Power to be Heard?

Due to public health concerns, we are hosting our next A Community in Conversation Part 3 program as an online panel discussion. More details will follow, but please tune in to the Museum’s Facebook at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 21 to engage with the topic of women in politics.

Women’s participation in politics (whether at the polls or in office) is at an all-time high. Join the YWCA and members of the League of Women Voters, for the discussion. Inspired by the exhibit, Challenges Choices & Change: A Community in Conflict, this program series (January through April) will provide a brief introduction to local stories featured in the exhibit and expand into facilitated small group discussions on the chosen themes. All ages are encouraged to participate in any or all of the planned discussions. The series is being held in collaboration with Not it Our Town (NIOT), Heartland Community College, YWCA McLean County, and Normal Human Relations Commission.