Friday, March 5, 2010

Mar 18: Women Movers & Shakers: 150 Yrs of Influential Lower East Side Women














March 18, 2010:  6:30 p.m.



NY Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library, 


455 Fifth Avenue (40th/41st Streets), 


New York, NY

Take B/D/F/V/7 train to 42nd Street/5th Avenue or 
N/R/Q/W/1/2/3/9/A/C/E to 42nd Street/Times Square


The Lower East Side is the birthplace of the Women's Suffrage movement, the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Planned Parenthood and many other organizations that have advanced and reshaped the role of women in politics and culture in America and around the world.


On March 18, Andrea Coyle, Director of Outreach at the Lower East Side History Project, joins us for a free lecture about influential women of the Lower East Side and their groundbreaking achievements in music, art, literature, fashion and medicine.

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