DENDROFEMONOLOGY: A Feminist History Tree Ring

“While this project has been in the works for the past year, the timing feels particularly poignant. We need many more women leaders and feminist perspectives in the world right now,” says artist and Reboot Network member Tiffany Shlain, whose sculpture DENDROFEMONOLOGY: A Feminist History Tree Ring will be installed on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. presented by the National Women’s History Museum.

The 4-day event Nov 1-4, brings together 50 feminist organizations and speakers including groundbreaker Dolores Huerta, Taste of the Nation Host & Activist Padma Lakshmi, founder of the #MeToo Movement Tarana Burke, highest elected trans official Senator Sarah McBride, and the original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter. There will be a Shabbat candle lighting, a feminist art parade, voter registration, educational resources and more. With 93,000 races on the ballot this year that could affect women’s rights, trans rights, and reproductive rights, we have to keep pushing for the change we want – to repair the world.

We would love for you to come in person to Washington or join us online.
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