Thursday, May 6, 2010

Coming to the National Organization for Women Conference? July 2-4, Boston

2010 National NOW Conference: Boston, MA
Coming to the Conference?
Join NOW at the 2010 National NOW Conference in Boston, Mass., July 2-4, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers. It's less than two months away away, so register now!
Conference Basics:    Registration and Deadlines | Hotel | Plan Your Trip
Program Information:    Schedule | Speakers | Workshops
Conference Basics and Logistics
Registration and Deadlines

Register Online
Register online NOW for the conference. Sliding scale registration is available to all NOW members, and non-member rates start at $35 for interns and students. The deadline for online registration is June 22. For those requesting childcare, accomodation assistance, or alternative housing, the deadline to register online is June 2.
After you register, don't forget to book your hotel room. The conference will be at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers, and currently you can book a room through the NOW group rate. But hurry, they're going fast!
Plan Your Trip
Book your travel today, before ticket prices rise. Directions from the airport to the hotel, and other travel information, can be found on our Plan Your Trip page. We have also provided a list of local restaurants and attractions near the hotel.

Program Information
The 2010 National NOW Conference will include a summit on health and body image issues, which led to this year's theme, Loving Our Bodies, Changing the World. We're planning an action-packed weekend, with engaging speakers, dynamic workshops, entertainment, and a wedding to celebrate marriage equality in the state of Massachusetts. Check back on our working agenda to learn more about the conference schedule.
Nine Fabulous Feminist Speakers and Honorees
Kim Bottomly Susan Douglas Silvia Henriquez Lois Herr
Kierra Johnson Stephani Poggi Loretta Ross Niki Tsongas
Workshop Information
On our website you can find a sample of some of the workshop topics (currently works in progress) for the 2010 National NOW Conference. Our workshops focus on core issues affecting women today, including but not limited to reproductive rights, ratifying women's constitutional rights, economic justice for women, LGBT rights, promoting racial diversity, ending violence against women, and health and body image issues. Our workshop panels are lead by activists and experts, with intimate settings so that feminists walk away with the tools and knowledge to make an impact.

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