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Live from CREW NETWORKING

Saratoga Springs, New York

Events & campaign training

CREW Candidate Training course held  at the CUNY School of Professional Studies prepares its students for real life political & Civic engagement. This 10-week training concludes with final presentations from participants, who applied crucial aspects of what they learned in the training.

08/25/2019

Ladies’ Day At The Track | Saratoga Springs, New York

1pm - 5pm

Saratoga Horse Race Course, New York

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08/25/2019

Ladies’ Day At The Track | Saratoga Springs, New York

First day when Convention attendees will be able to roam and freely enjoy Saratoga Springs, New York.  Bring your families, spouses, neighbors and friends as all are welcome!

1pm - 5pm

Saratoga Horse Race Course, New York

FALL 2019

Candidate Training Fall Registration

All day

CUNY | THE GRADUATE CENTER

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FALL 2019

Candidate Training Fall Registration

We invite you to listen to live bands play beautiful music in the park. Enjoy the sounds of Laureen Davis and the Kings, and enjoy wine tastings hosted by 5th Ave Wines and Spirits.

All day

CUNY | THE GRADUATE CENTER

BREAKING NEWS | LIVE FROM CREW

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

6:30am- 6pm

The Gideon Putnam Hotel

6:30am - 7:30am 

Morning Exercise, Gideon Hotel

Floor-Barre®️ Exercise by Camille Rommett

8:00am - 9:00am 

Registration & Continental Breakfast, Gideon Hotel

9:00am - 11:00am

Morning Plenary Session

Saratoga Springs Mayor Meg Kelly

Welcome & Presentation of Proclamation

Coline Jenkins, President, Elizabeth Cady Stanton Trust & the Great great granddaughter of  Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Topic: Welcome to the 19th Century

Keynote Speaker Sally Roesch Wagner,  PhD Professor, ...

08/25/2019

Welcome to Saratoga Springs, NY

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08/25/2019

Welcome to Saratoga Springs, NY

10am- 11pm

The Gideon Putnam Hotel

10am - 2pm Registration

11:30am - Suffrage and other Sites in Saratoga Springs,  Host: Historical Society of Saratoga Springs (1 hour)

• Historic Tour of the birth of the National Women’s Suffrage Association (1869)

• Welcome Reception (or Afternoon Tea Party)

8pm - 11pm - Black & White Retro Ball, Host: Hon. Gale Brewer & Cal Snyder

08/26/2019

Day 2 | Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

All day

Estuary Park

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08/26/2019

Day 2 | Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

6:30am- 6pm

The Gideon Putnam Hotel

6:30am - 7:30am 

Morning Exercise, Gideon Hotel

Floor-Barre®️ Exercise by Camille Rommett

8:00am - 9:00am 

Registration & Continental Breakfast, Gideon Hotel

9:00am - 11:00am 

Morning Plenary Session 

Saratoga Springs Mayor Meg Kelly

Welcome & Presentation of Proclamation

Coline Jenkins, President, Elizabeth Cady Stanton Trust & the Great great granddaughter of  Elizabeth Cady Stanton 

Topic: Welcome to the 19th Century

Keynote Speaker Sally Roesch Wagner,  PhD Professor, Author, Lecturer, Activist & Founder andExecutive Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Center for Social Justice  

Topic: The Suffrage Convention Years, 1869-1917

Susan Goodier, PhD

Professor, Gender Studies , SUNY Oneonta College

Author 
Topic:  Women of Color and the Suffrage movement

Annette Ramos,  Latina “x” Storyteller

Topic: A Suffrage thought from the past

Kenneth B.  Morris, Jr.,  (3x) Great, grandson of Frederick Douglass and Founder & President, The Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives 

Topic: Remembering Frederick Douglass 

12:00 Noon - 1:30pm

Lunch, Gideon Hotel

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Afternoon Workshops

  • Tracey Fountain, Mother’s Against Gun Violence
  • Kenneth B. Morris, Jr. (Tentative)
  • Dr. Susan Goodier
  • Patrick Riley & Donna Briggs, Reflecting on The Women who inspire them
  • Women on $20’s - Defending Harriet Tubman’s Legacy

4:00pm

Afternoon Plenary

Tracey Fountain, Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense

Topic: Statement on Gun Violence

Keynote Speaker, Barbara McGraw, JD, PhD., 

Professor & Director, Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism, School of Liberal Arts,  St. Mary’s College ofCA San Francisco 

Topic: 1869-1919 - The limitations and challenges women faced & ways religion played a role.

Stephanie Pinto, Host Committee, 2019 Seneca Falls Revisited

Today’s Recap & Session Conclusion

All day

Estuary Park

08/27/2019

Day 3 | 2019 Seneca Falls Revisited Conference & Retreat

6:30am - 5pm

Estuary Park

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08/27/2019

Day 3 | 2019 Seneca Falls Revisited Conference & Retreat

Diversity, Inclusion and Sisterhood

6:30am- 6pm

The Gideon Putnam Hotel

6:30am - 7:30am

Morning Exercise, Gideon Hotel | Floor-Barre®️ Exercise by Camille Rommett

8:00am - 9:00am 

Registration & Continental Breakfast, Gideon Hotel

9:00am - 11:00am 

Morning Plenary

Hon. Gale Brewer, Welcome & Today’s Call to Action for Political and other Women 

Vanessa J. Herman

Assistant Vice President, Pace University 

Topic: Advocating for student political involvement in Academic institutions

Keynote Speaker, Cythnia Terrell

Founder & Executive Director, RepresentWomen 

Topic: A Roll Call of Success of Today’s Elected Women

Deborah Devedjian

Founder and Chief Citizen’s Officer

Topic: Introducing TheChisel

12:00 Noon - 1:30pm

Lunch, Gideon Hotel

2:00pm - 4:00pm 

Afternoon Workshops 

Breakout “TheChisel”

Conference Co-Chairs and Deborah Devadjian

TheChisel - Critical Thinking Exercise

Task oriented relevant problem solving

4:15pm

Plenary

Topic: Why engagement exercises like “TheChisel” are important to preserve our Democracy

Outcome of "TheChisel Process”

Conference Co-Chairs and Deborah Devadjian

Wrap-up 

Acknowledgements

Conference Conclusion

Sharon Nelson, CEO, CREW and Henrietta Lyle, Executive Director Conference Operations

CONCLUSION of the CONFERENCE

6:30am - 5pm

Estuary Park