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RECORDINGS OF PAST EVENTS

 

 

November 2020

 

Thursday, November 12 National Virtual Chapter Meeting

 

We will discuss our November projects with Resolve Network in DRC and Bond Street Theatre in Afghanistan, Myanmar, and Malaysia. Speaker will be Joanna Sherman, Artistic Director with Bond Street Theatre.

 

Time: 7:00 pm EASTERN
Where: Through the virtual meeting platform Zoom. Join with your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. (Note: It is best to join by computer so that we can see each other as well as any visuals.)

REGISTER HERE

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.

 


 

Tuesday, November 17 DFW Advocacy Chapter Webinar

 

Time: 7:00 pm EASTERN

How to Join: Sign up here for the DFW Advocacy Chapter With RESULTS. Once you have signed up for the chapter, we will email you the meeting links directly.
For more information on DFW’s advocacy program, visit here.

 


 

Wednesday, November 18 DFW Advocacy Chapter Webinar

 

Time: 10:00 pm EASTERN

How to Join: Sign up here for the DFW Advocacy Chapter With RESULTS. Once you have signed up for the chapter, we will email you the meeting links directly.
For more information on DFW’s advocacy program, visit here.

 


 

Thursday, November 19 National Virtual Chapter Meeting

 

We will discuss our November projects with Resolve Network in DRC and Bond Street Theatre in Afghanistan, Myanmar, and Malaysia. Speaker will be Vijaya Thakur, Founder and Executive Director of Resolve Network.

 

Time: 9:00 pm EASTERN
Where: Through the virtual meeting platform Zoom. Join with your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. (Note: It is best to join by computer so that we can see each other as well as any visuals.)

REGISTER HERE

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.

 


 

December 2020

 

Saturday, December 5 DFW Book Club

 

Book:  Love, Norm: Dr. Norman D. Fintel on Equality & Courage in a World Calling for Change

Author:  Barbara Fintel Collins, Co-Founder of Dining for Women

Summary:  Memoir. This is the story of my father—a humble and courageous man who spent the final months of his life trying to save the world. It is also the story of how I discovered I was living his legacy. In 2003, I co-founded a global movement—Dining for Women—harnessing the collective action of people who share a vision of an equitable world for all. And it all began with Norm. At heart, Norm Fintel was a farmer and people were his crop. He dedicated his life to equality and the wellbeing of humankind. This book of his life lessons is for anyone searching for ways to spread the seeds of goodwill. Now, more than ever, we are in need of leaders who have moral integrity and embody selfless service, qualities that inspire, demonstrate, and teach the wisdom that transcends time, age, gender, and race. True leadership begins with a code of personal values and a commitment to living to serve another. Then another, and another…

Virtual Discussion:  December 5 at 12 pm ET.  Register here.

 

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.

 


 

Thursday, December 10 National Virtual Chapter Meeting

 

We will discuss our December projects with Care 2 Communities in Haiti and BlinkNow Foundation in Nepal. Speakers TBD.

 

Time: 7:00 pm EASTERN
Where: Through the virtual meeting platform Zoom. Join with your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. (Note: It is best to join by computer so that we can see each other as well as any visuals.)

REGISTER HERE

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.

 


 

Tuesday, December 15 DFW Advocacy Chapter Webinar

Time: 7:00 pm EASTERN

How to Join: Sign up here for the DFW Advocacy Chapter With RESULTS. Once you have signed up for the chapter, we will email you the meeting links directly.
For more information on DFW’s advocacy program, visit here.

 


 

Wednesday, December 16 DFW Advocacy Chapter Webinar

Time: 10:00 pm EASTERN

How to Join: Sign up here for the DFW Advocacy Chapter With RESULTS. Once you have signed up for the chapter, we will email you the meeting links directly.
For more information on DFW’s advocacy program, visit here.

 


 

February 2021

 

Wednesday, February 3 DFW Book Club

 

BookMonique & the Mango Rains: Two Years With a Midwife in Mali

Author: Kris Holloway

Summary: Nonfiction/Memoir. What is it like to live and work in a remote corner of the world and befriend a courageous midwife who breaks traditional roles? Monique and the Mango Rains: Two Years with a Mali Midwife is the inspiring story of Monique Dembele, an accidental midwife who became a legend, and Kris Holloway, the young Peace Corps volunteer who became her closest confidante.

Virtual Discussion: Wednesday, February 3, 2021. Register here.

 

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.

 


 

April 2021

 

Wednesday, April 7 DFW Book Club

 

Book:  In the Time of the Butterflies

Author:  Julia Alvarez

Summary: Historical fiction. Set during the waning days of the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic in 1960, this extraordinary novel tells the story of the Mirabal sisters, three young wives and mothers who are assassinated after visiting their jailed husbands.  From the author of How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents comes this tale of courage and sisterhood set in the Dominican Republic during the rise of the Trujillo dictatorship. A skillful blend of fact and fiction, In the Time of the Butterflies is inspired by the true story of the three Mirabal sisters who, in 1960, were murdered for their part in an underground plot to overthrow the government. Alvarez breathes life into these historical figures–known as “las mariposas,” or “the butterflies,” in the underground–as she imagines their teenage years, their gradual involvement with the revolution, and their terror as their dissentience is uncovered.

Virtual Discussion: Wednesday, April 7, 2021.  Register here.

 

NOTE: AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE MEETING LINK. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THIS EMAIL, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK OR SPAM FOLDER, OR EMAIL INFO@DININGFORWOMEN.ORG.