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CREW |Civically Re-Engaged Women

2020 SENECA FALLS REVISITED VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

2019 Seneca Falls Revisited Conference (Saratoga Springs, NY)

2018 Seneca Falls Revisited Conference (Rochester, NY)

2016 Civically Engaged Women Conference (Harlem, NY)

DATABASE | EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

www.crewomen.com

www.crewomen.org


THE MISSION

Achieving political parity | Igniting civic engagement | Embracing social responsibility

ABOUT CREW

Civically Re-Engaged Women (CREW) is incorporated in New York State as a national not-for profit corporation, a 501(c)3 and 501 (c) 4. CREW provides

professional development and leadership training with a non-partisan political focus. CREW hosts annual conferences and special events featuring best

practices for winning results. At the conferences, private and public sectors compare playbooks on efficiency, volunteerism, corporate social responsibility, and

contemporary progress to prominent societal values and practices. Additionally, CREW offers subcontractor leadership and “branding” services to prominent

organizations and institutions and creates original training/ programming for a variety of disciplines.

CREW specializes in constituents who make up under-represented and under-served populations.

CREW connects women who have a desire to engage in civic affairs and supports viable women in their efforts to win elected or appointed office.

CREW is a non-partisan organization and does not take political sides on any issues

CORE PROGRAMS

#1 | Parity Politics

Professional Development and Leadership Training for under-served and under-represented populations

#2 | Seneca Falls Revisited | Women’s Equality

Custom/targeted conferences for women and families

This year's conference is dedicated to "the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment Centennial of Women's Right to Vote.

#3 | CREW-TV NETWORK

An investment interest of Civically Re-Engaged Women. CREWTV is a network dedicated to broadcast “visibility and awareness“ of Civil Rights, Social Justice,

Women’s Advocacy and Civic Engagement issues/movements.


DEMOGRAPHICS

2020 COLLABORATORS (In Formation)

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COLLABORATORS/SPONSORS | 2018 | 2019

ARCHIVAL LINKS

CUNY COURSES | CANDIDATE TRAINING | PHOTOS

2020 RUN FOR OFFICE PRESENTATION

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181215/run-for-office

2019 CUNY COURSE

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181400/2019-cuny-class

2018 CUNY COURSE

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181395/2018-cuny-class

2018 CUNY COURSE TALBOTS GRADUATION

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181192/2018-cuny-graduation-talbots

2017 CUNY COURSE | MURPHY INSTITUTE (OVERVIEW)

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181248/2017-cuny-course

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City Hall Room 308A, 30 Church Street

Rochester, New York 14614-1290

www.cityofrochester.gov

August 25, 2019

Lovely A. Warren

Mayor

City of Rochester:

Mayor: Lovely A. Warren

To all in attendance:

Welcome to the “Seneca Falls Revisited: A Women’s Equality

Conference and Retreat” and the “Countdown to the Centennial.”

This year, we celebrate the start of the landmark process that led

to the adoption of the 19 th Amendment. The Centennial of

Ratification marks an important moment in our national history

and the story of the suffrage movement.

Rochester was proud to serve as the host of last year’s Seneca Falls Revisited conference

and to celebrate our legacy as the home of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass.

Kudos to Coline Jenkins, the great-great granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and to

Kenneth B. Morris Jr., the great-great-great grandson of Frederick Douglass who join you

this weekend as they carry forward the legacy of their elders.

As Michelle Obama said “you cannot take your freedoms for granted. Just like generations

who have come before you, you have to do your part to preserve and protect those

freedoms.”

2019 Welcome letter to

“Seneca Falls Re-Visited:

A Women’s Equality Conference

and Retreat” and the Countdown

to the Centennial”

Once again, best wishes for a successful conference.

Sincerely,

Lovely A. Warren

Mayor, City of Rochester

Phone: 585.428.7045 Fax: 585.428.6059 TTY: 585.428.6054 EEO/ADA Employer

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PROCLAMATIONS:

Left: 2018 City of Rochester, N.Y.

Office of the Mayor, Women’s

Equality Weekend, August 24 th

Seneca Falls Revisited Conference,

CREW | Civically Re-Engaged

Women

Right: 2019 State of New York, Office

of the State Comptroller, Women’s

Equality Day, August 26 th Seneca

Falls Revisited Conference, CREW |

Civically Re-Engaged Women,


2020 COLLABORATORS


PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Cynthia Richie Terrell

May 4, 2020 Telephone: (240) 393-2430

Tickets: www.crewomen.com

CREW – CIVICALLY RE-ENGAGED WOMEN

CELEBRATES. “THE VOTE” JULY 23 – 25, 2020 FOR THE CENTENNIAL

OF THE 19 TH AMENDMENT (THE VOTE FOR WOMEN)

Virtual Conference Theme “Sheroes & Champions:

Energizing the Power of Your Vote”

New York, NY – CREW, Civically Re-Engaged Women, announced today the preparation of their upcoming virtual conference “Sheroes & Champions: Energizing the Power of

Your Vote.” The celebration of the “The Vote” is in observance of the Centennial of the 19th Amendment (Women’s Right to Vote) in the United States Constitution. The four

conference takeaways will be: The True Meaning of Sacrifice, Sisterhood with a Purpose, Coalition Building, and Progress. Speakers and conference registration can be viewed on

the website www.crewomen.com

In the 72 years that the Suffragist movement fought for the “Right to vote” it’s uncanny to realize the sacrifices of the women on the front lines, most of whom have gone nameless

and faceless. Our SHEroes and Champions of the movement were unsung leaders who were determined to “elevate” their voices to “see” themselves in a country that gave them

no access to equality. This equality was articulated in the “right to vote” which President Woodrow Wilson and the 65th & 66th Congress passed in 1919 and subsequently turned

over to the states culminating in ratification and adoption to the US Constitution in 1920.

CREW’s efforts are supported by RepresentWomen, working to advance strategies for women’s leadership and Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company created

by Melinda Gates.

Preserving democracy and its institutions needs to be broadened by both definition and example. American leadership, ingenuity and decency are today’s battleground for the

soul of our Nation. Once again America is on the brink of change that will define another generation of hopefuls.

Cynthia Richie Terrell, founder and CEO of, RepresentWomen added that, "The Seneca Falls Revisited virtual conference is an incredible opportunity to celebrate the suffragists who

won the right to vote, to build a strong network among contemporary women's equality advocates, and to work together to plan the next steps on the journey ahead."

Sharon Nelson, CEO of CREW concludes, “We are delighted to welcome Pivotal Ventures as one of the key sponsors of this milestone achievement for women. We encourage

women to continue to elevate their voices through “action” in exercising their democratic right to vote.”

About CREW

CREW is a NY-based national non-profit organization providing professional development services and specialty conferences for women and families. CREW is a nonpartisan 501

(c) 3 and 501 (c) 4. To learn more please visit www.crewomen.org

About RepresentWomen:

RepresentWomen is a non-partisan non-profit that works to advance systems strategies to promote women's representation and leadership and has served as fiscal sponsor for the

Seneca Falls Revisited conferences in 2019 and 2020.


INTEGRATED MARKETING PLAN | VIRTUAL CONFERENCE | 3 MONTH COUNTDOWN

MARKETING PLAN COMPONENTS:

3-Monthly Press Releases | (12) Weekly Blogs | (3) Co-Chair Spotlights | SM-Several tweets per week-

1 tweet storm per week | FB ADS | Holiday Observances | Youth Voices | Partner organizations | Sheroes

MARKETING PLAN TIMELINE:

|

MAY:

• Friday, May 1 st : Legacy Co-Chair: Legends Kickoff with Kenneth Morris

• Friday, May 1 st : May Day (International Workers' Day

• Inspirational Blogs: (4) Weekly with Cynthia Terrell

• Tuesday, May 5 th : Cinco De Mayo Day

• Sunday, May 10 th : Mother’s Day | CREW-TV Launch (1hr. musical tribute

• Friday, May 15 th : Peace Officers Memorial Day

• Saturday, May 23rd: Eid-al fitr Muslim -"Festival of Breaking the Fast”

• Monday, May 25th: National Wine Day for Women

• Monday, May 25 th : Memorial Day TBA

• Press Release: (1) Monthly TBA

• Bridie Farrell: | America Loves Kids

• Donna Drake Show: | Barbara Streisand TBD

• Adrienne Smith: | Champion football player/Entrepreneur

• Youth Voices: | Partner organizations | Sheroes Program0

JUNE:

• Monday, June 1 st : Legacy Co-Chair: Michele Jones Galvin

• Inspirational Blogs: (4) Weekly with Cynthia Terrell

• Sunday, June 14 th : Flag Day

• Monday, June 15th: Doc to deliver 3-hr Old Skool dance party

• Friday, June 19 th : Juneteenth

• Sunday, June 21 st : Father’s Day

• Press Release: (1) Monthly TBA

• Youth Voices: | Partner organizations | Sheroes Program

JULY:

• Monday, July1 st : Legacy C-Chair: Manuela Roosevelt

• Inspirational Blogs: (4) Weekly with Cynthia Terrell

• Saturday, July 4 th : Independence Day

• W/O JULY 13 th :CONFERENCE PROMO

• Tuesday, July 14th: Bastille Day

• Thursday, July 23 rd : Virtual Conference LAUNCH

• Friday, July 24 th : DJ Doc Martin 3-hr Old Skool dance party

• Saturday, 25 th : Virtual Conference

• Press Release: (1) Monthly TBA

• Youth Voices: | Partner organizations | Sheroes Program

AUGUST:

• Wednesday, August 26 th : Women’s Equality Day


THE TEAM

THE TEAM

# NAME TITLE CONTACT

1 Sharon Nelson CEO CREW | Civically Re-Engaged

Women

sharoninelson1@aol.com

(917) 502-3097

2 Anthony Beauzile President CREW-TV Network sin@crewomen.org

(917) 231-8061

3 Tim Wheatley Production Manager tim@thesouljustknows.com

(604) 600-1674

4 Norma Krieger Chief Marketing Officer normakrieger@aol.com

(336) 287-4706

5 Yves Calizaire Comptroller yvescalizaire@optonline.net

Tel: (516) 285-6687

Cell: (917) 370-0631

6 Henrietta Lyle Conference Operations Executive

Director

henriettalyle@aol.com

(917) 497-6768

7 Geraldine Carter Conference Hospitality, Deputy

Director

gerrymec@yahoo.com

gerrymec@gmail.com

(917) 497-6768

8 Robin C. Adams EXECUTIVE PRODUCER | Cofounder

| FOOTPRINT Network

rca@footprint.tv

phone: 718.338.7063

mobile: 646.246.1302

9 Frank Fernandez Co-Founder | EVP of Programming &

Production| FOOTPRINT Network

frankfernandez@footprint.tv

(917) 628.8808

10 Ashley North J Dash ashleyrnorth@gmail.com

11 Elena Zavyalova Associate Producer E.A.Zavyalova@hotmail.com

12 Cynthia Richie Terrell Founder and CEO, Represent Women cynthia@representwomen.org

(240) 393-2430

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SPEAKER MASTER LIST | 5-11-2020

NAME TITLE TOPIC THEME

Completed Interviews

Norma Krieger

CMO

Tim Wheatley

Director of Education & Technology

Sharon Nelson

CEO

Henrietta Lyle

Executive Director, Conference Operations

Yves Calizaire

Controller/Photographer

Geraldine Carter

Deputy, Conference Operations & Hospitality

Lisa Powell Graham TEDX & Motivational Speaker Progress

Loida Lewis Chair, TLC Beatrice Striking the Balance between Work & Family Life Progress

Consulelo Vanderbilt

Progress

Amy Grace Mercer The Youth Voices The Power of One Progress

Adrienne Smith Media Entrepreneur "The Gridiron Queendom - How women are ruling football." Progress

Aura Vasquez Activist Get out and Vote Progress

Carol White Llewellyn

Filmmaker, Radio Host

Linda Moroney Filmmaker, Executive Producer of Election Day 2016

Maxim Thorne Managing Director, the Andrew Goodman Foundation tribute to Andrew Goodman and the importance of the Tribute

right to vote in America

Pete Sidley Managing DirectorWilson Schaef Associates Tribute to Dr. Anne Wilson Schaef Tribute

Judith Windsor President, Wells Fargo Advisors Tribute to Edith Windsor Tribute

Susanna Rich Poet “Shout (Suffrage) Poetry Reading” Character Performance

Kenneth B. Morris Jr.

(3x) Great Grandson, Frederick Douglass, Conference Co-

Chair

Preserving the legacy of Anna Douglass (the first wife of

Frederick Douglass

Coalition Building/The "True" Meaning of

Sacrifice

Ruth Hassell-Thompson

Special Advisor To The Governor For Policy & Community

Affairs Of NYS Homes & Community Renewal

Coalition Building & Sisterhood with a Purpose

Roma Torre

TV Anchor, Actor, Producer & Theatre Critic For NY1

Sisterhood with a Purpose

Spectrum

Liz Abzug

Founder and Executive Director, Bella Abzug Leadership Bella Abzug in the Context of the 21st Century Feminism Sisterhood with A Purpose

Institute

Cynthia Terrell Executive Director, Represent Women Sisterhood with a Purpose

Amanda Farinacci TV Reporter, NY1 Spectrum Sisterhood with a Purpose

Vivian Lee TV Anchor, NY1 Spectrum Sisterhood with a Purpose

Jeanine Ramirez TV Reporter, NY1 Spectrum Sisterhood with a Purpose

Kristen Shaughnessy NY1 Anchor/Reporter Sisterhood with a Purpose

Scheduled

Michele Galvin Great Grandniece, Harriet Tubman, Conference Co-Chair About the Work of (Aunt) Harriett Tubman The "True" meaning of Sacrifice

Bridie Farrell America Loves Kids "Her Story" and an "America Loves Kids" panel The True meaning of Sacrifice, the Progress

Susan Harper

Founding Chair, New York State Bar Association’s Women In

Law Section (WILS), Chair, WILS’ Centennial Suffrage

Initiative

Women In Law - Quality of Life Change.” - “Defending our Progress/ Coalition Building

Democracy.” / "Influencers, Associations and Pivotal People

who help Propel Suffrage."

Latrice Walker Assemblywoman From suffrage to the present & the vote call to action Progress

Annette Ramos Executive Director, Rochester Latino Theatre Company Character Performance

Harold Holzer

Jonathan F. Fanton, Director, The Roosevelt House Public “Battling Bella - The Ultimate Coalition Builder,

Coalition Building

Policy Institute At Hunter College

Tiffany Garner CEO, Reflect US Coalition Building

Donna Drake The Donna Drake Show, CBS TV Nurturing equality Coalition Building

Geraldine Carter Deputy, Conference Operations & Hospitality Tribute

Linda Young

Chair of the Partnership at Catalysts for Innovation, LLC

Jasmine Barr, Esq.

Pending

Jumaane Williams Public Advocate The "True" Meaning of Sacrifice, Progress

Jo Anne Simon Assemblywoman Progress

Nathalia Fernandez Assemblywoman The "True" meaning of Sacrifice

Roxanne Persuad State Senator The "True" meaning of Sacrifice

Nadine Hack Women's Advocate Progress

Loree Sutton

Ret. Brigadier General

Darcel D.Clark

Bronx District Attorney

Rescheduled by speakers

Vanessa Herman

Progress


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THE 2020 SENECA FALLS REVISITED

VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

CREW| Civically Re-Engaged Women

July 23-25, 2020

(4) PROGRAM CHAPTERS

SEE FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAM

(4) PROGRAM CHAPTERS

• The True Meaning of Sacrifice

Kenneth Morris Jr. (Descendant of Frederick Douglass)

• Sisterhood with a Purpose

Roma Torre (Anchorwoman-NY1)

• Coalition Building

Ruth Hassell-Thompson (Former NYS Senator-Westchester

County)

• Progress

Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin (Descendant of Cornelius

Vanderbilt

WWW.CREWOMEN.COM


2020 SENECA FALLS REVISITED

THE VOTE” CENTENNIAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

July 23 - 25, 2020

PROGRAM ORDER SUBJECT TO CHANGE

PROGRAM DAY 1

CONFERENCE CHAIR

Honorable Gale Brewer

Manhattan Borough President

CONFERENCE NEW YORK STATE ADVISOR

Honorable Ruth Hassell-Thompson,

NYS Special Advisor for Policy & Community Affairs

PROGRAM DAY 1 Continued

Bridie Farrell

President & Chief Executive Officer, America Loves Kid

Tiffany Gardner

Chief Executive Officer

Sally Roesch Wagner, PhD.,

Professor, Author, Lecturer, Activist & Executive Director of the

Matilda Joslyn Gage Center for Social Justice

Audrey Smaltz

CEO & Founder, The Ground Crew

POSTHUMOUS TRIBUTES

Anne Wilson Schaef, PhD.,

Internationally Renowned Author-Feminist by Pete Sidley

Edith “Edie” Windsor

LGBTQ Advocate by Judith Kasen-Windsor

LEFT:

PROGRAM DAY 1/Continued

RIGHT:

2. PROGRAM DAY 2

LEGACY CO-CHAIRS

Michele Jones Galvin

(3x) Great Grandniece of Harriett Tubman

Kenneth B. Morris, Jr.

(3x) Great Grandson of Frederick Douglass

SPEAKERS

Honorable Gale Brewer

Manhattan Borough President

Honorable Ruth Hassell-Thompson

NYS Special Advisor for Policy & Community Affairs

Sharon Nelson

CEO, Civically Re-Engaged Women (CREW)

Susanna Rich, PhD.

Professor of English, Poetry Reading

Amy Grace Mercer

Youth Voices

Donna Drake

The Donna Drake Show

www.crewomen.tv www.crewomen.com

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Katherine Johnson

NASA Mathematician by Henrietta Lyle

Andrew Goodman

Prominent Civil Rights Activist by Maxim Thorne, Esq.

PROGRAM DAY 2

SPEAKERS

Honorable Gale Brewer

Manhattan Borough President

Honorable Kathy Hochul

Lieutenant Governor, NYS

Honorable Ruth Hassell-Thompson

NYS Special Advisor for Policy & Community Affairs

Honorable Latrice Walker

Assemblywoman

Liz Abzug

Founder & Executive Director, Bella Abzug Leadership Institute

Harold Holzer,

Jonathan F. Fanton Director Roosevelt House Hunter College 2


PROGRAM DAY 2 Continued

PROGRAM Susan DAY L. Harper 2 Continued

Founding Chair, New York State Bar Association’s Women

In Law Section (WILS), Chair, WILS’ Centennial Suffrage Initiative

Terry

Harold

A. Mazur,

Holzer,

Esq.

Chair, The Women in Law Section (WILS)

Jonathan F. Fanton Director Roosevelt House Hunter College

Margaret Sowah, Esq.

Susan L. Harper

Founding Chair,

Chair,

New York

WILS’

State

Reports

Bar Association’s Women

In Law Section (WILS), Chair, WILS’ Centennial Suffrage Initiative

Kristen Clarke, Esq.

President & Executive Director Lawyers

Terry A. Mazur, Esq.

Chair, The Women in Law Section (WILS)

Loida Lewis

Chair, TLC Beatrice Inc.

Margaret Sowah, Esq.

Chair, WILS’ Reports

Pam Elam

President,

Kristen

Monumental

Clarke, Esq.

Women

President & Executive Director Lawyers

Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin

Entrepreneur

Loida Lewis

Chair, TLC Beatrice Inc.

Honorable Jo Anne Simon

Assemblywoman

Pam Elam

President, Monumental Women

Vanessa Herman

Assistant Vice President, PACE University

Honorable Darcel D. Clark

Bronx County District Attorney

Media Fireside Chat

Consuelo Roma Vanderbilt Torre Costin

Amanda Entrepreneur Farinacci

Vivian Lee

Jeanine Vanessa Ramirez Herman

Assistant Kristen Vice President, Shaughnessy PACE University

PROGRAM DAY 3

SPEAKERS

Honorable Gale Brewer

Manhattan Borough President

Honorable Ruth Hassell-Thompson

NYS Special Advisor for Policy & Community Affairs

Susan Goodier, PhD.

Professor, SUNY Oneonta College, Historian & Author

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PROGRAM DAY 3 Continued

John Flateau

Political Science Professor & Director of

Census Bureau Center, Medgar Evers College

Jill Eisner

District Leader, NYC

Juanita Lewis

Organizer Vote, Run, Lead

Kimberly Peeler-Allen

Founder, Higher Heights

Darcel D. Clark,

Bronx, County District Attorney

Linda Young

President Emeritus, National Women’s Political Caucus

Pam Elem

President, Monumental Women

Honorable Cynthia Coffman

Former Colorado Attorney General

Gloria J. Browne-Marshall

Professor of Constitutional Law, John Jay College

Jill Stein, PhD.

Former Candidate for President

Adrienne Smith

Media Entrepreneur

Annette Ramos

Executive Director, Rochester Latino Theatre Company

Maxim Thorne, Esq.

Managing Director, Andrew Goodman Foundation

Cynthia Terrell

Executive Director, Represent Women

Lisa Powell Graham

TEDX & Motivational Speaker 4

LEFT:

PROGRAM DAY 2 Continued

PROGRAM DAY 3

RIGHT:

PROGRAM DAY 3/Continued


PROGRAM DAY 3 Continued

John Flateau

Political Science Professor & Director of

Census Bureau Center, Medgar Evers College

Jill Eisner

District Leader, NYC

PROGRAM DAY 3 Continued

Juanita Lewis

Organizer Vote, Run, Lead

Kimberly Peeler-Allen

Founder, Higher Heights

Darcel D. Clark,

Bronx, County District Attorney

Linda Young

President Emeritus, National Women’s Political Caucus

Pam Elem

President, Monumental Women

Honorable Cynthia Coffman

Former Colorado Attorney General

Gloria J. Browne-Marshall

Professor of Constitutional Law, John Jay College

Jill Stein, PhD.

Former Candidate for President

Adrienne Smith

Media Entrepreneur

Annette Ramos

Executive Director, Rochester Latino Theatre Company

Maxim Thorne, Esq.

Managing Director, Andrew Goodman Foundation

Cynthia Terrell

Executive Director, Represent Women

Lisa Powell Graham

TEDX & Motivational Speaker 4


SOCIAL

MEDIA

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SOCIAL

MEDIA

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SALUTES

www.crewomen.com

MAY 15 TH PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY

Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week is an observance in the United States that

pays tribute to the local, state, and federal peace officers who have died, or who have

been disabled, in the line of duty. It is celebrated May 15th of each year.

Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice

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SOCIAL

MEDIA

Winner, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

Malala Yousafzai

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SALUTES

www.crewomen.tv

www.crewomen.com

MAY 24 TH | EID AL-FITR | "FESTIVAL OF BREAKING THE FAST" IS A RELIGIOUS

HOLIDAY CELEBRATED BY MUSLIMS WORLDWIDE THAT MARKS THE END OF THE MONTH-LONG

DAWN-TO-SUNSET FASTING OF RAMADAN

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SOCIAL

MEDIA

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WWW.CREWOMEN.COM

SALUTES

May 25 TH

MEMORIAL DAY

Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last

Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died

while serving in the U.S. military.

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SOCIAL

MEDIA

Gale Brewer, Conference Chair

Manhattan Borough President

Kenneth B. Morris Jr., Legacy Co-Chair

(3x) Great Grandson, Frederick Douglass

Michele Jones Galvin, Legacy Co-Chair (3x)

Great Grandniece, Harriet Tubman

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APPEARING

www.crewomen.tv

www.crewomen.com

JULY 23 - 25, 2020 On Demand

CREW|SENECA FALLS REVISITED VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

Spectacular (3) Day Celebration: 25+ speakers,

Celebrities, Cultural icons, 10+ Sponsors, Collaborators

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BUY

TICKETS

NOW

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CREW-TV

NETWORK

Harriet Tubman

What is Your Legacy?

2020

SENECA FALLS

REVISITED VIRTUAL

CONFERENCE

25+ speakers

Celebrities

Cultural icons

10+ Sponsors

Collaborators

SOCIAL

MEDIA

SPECTACULAR 3 DAY

CELEBRATION

www.crewomen.com

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Legacy Co-Chair

Michele Jones Galvin

(3x) Great

Grandniece,

Harriet Tubman

JULY 23-25, 2020

ON DEMAND

100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment of Women’s Right to Vote

Making our voices heard during Congressional and Presidential elections

this year. “Energizing the Power of our Vote in 2020!”

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THE WEEKLY BLOG

Cynthia Terrell/Weekly Blog: May 1 st Launch | Falls and the Suffrage Centennial

https://medium.com/@representwomen/seneca-falls-and-the-suffrage-centennial-b28682dd8666

Cynthia Terrell Weekly Blog: May 8 th | Mothers of Suffrage Blog

https://link.medium.com/EgyRY3HFq6

Cynthia Terrell Weekly Blog: May 15 th | Patsy Mink and the Fight for Equality

https://medium.com/@representwomen/patsy-mink-and-the-fight-for-equality-34c7290f668

Cynthia Terrell Weekly Blog: May 22 nd. | Alice Paul and the Fight for Equal Rights

https://medium.com/@representwomen/alice-paul-and-the-fight-for-equal-rights-e56d42c07f64

Cynthia Terrell Weekly Blog: May 29 th | Michele Jones Galvin and the Legacy of Harriet Tubman

https://medium.com/@representwomen/michele-jones-galvin-and-the-legacy-of-harriet-tubman-

4b6481ff4ede


CREW-TV CONFERENCE |COMMERICALS | TRAILERS

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https://vimeo.com/415672963

https://vimeo.com/415672963

https://vimeo.com/414862974

https://vimeo.com/419062711

https://vimeo.com/413320268


ARCHIVAL LINKS | CONFERENCES | BOOKS | PHOTOS

2020 PRE-CONFERENCE SUFFERAGE INFORMATION

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181208/revised-sufferage

2019 CONFERENCE SOUVENIR BROCHURE | SENECA FALLS REVISITED | SARATOGA SPRINGS N.Y. (Homage to the Suffrage

Movement)

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63179477/2019-conference-brochure-new-logo-2019-seneca-saratoga

2018 CONFERENCE SOUVENIR BROCHURE | SENECA FALLS REVISITED | ROCHESTER N.Y.

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181189/2018-seneca-falls-rochester-women039s-equality-conference-ampretreat-aug-23-26-ny-2-2

2018 CONFERENCE PHOTO GALLERY | SENECA FALLS REVISITED | ROCHESTER N.Y.

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63179467/photo-gallery-seneca-falls-3-2

2016 NWPC CONFERENCE SOUVENIR BROCHURE | RIVERSIDE CHURCH | HARLEM, NY

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181291/2016-nwpc-conference-brochure


ARCHIVAL LINKS |CUNY COURSES | CANDIDATE TRAINING | PHOTOS

2020 RUN FOR OFFICE PRESENTATION

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181215/run-for-office

2019 CUNY COURSE

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181400/2019-cuny-class

2018 CUNY COURSE

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181395/2018-cuny-class

2018 CUNY COURSE TALBOTS GRADUATION

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181192/2018-cuny-graduation-talbots

2017 CUNY COURSE | MURPHY INSTITUTE (OVERVIEW)

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181248/2017-cuny-course

2015 CUNY COURSE I UNAUGURAL COURSE | Murphy Institute

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63181398/2015-cuny-class

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