When
March 13-15, 2016
Where
Washington, D.C.
Location
Omni-Shoreham Hotel
Elections 2016: What's at stake for women?
Every three years, NCJW brings advocates from across the country to Washington, DC to meet with issue experts and elected officials and to promote progressive social change. Experience the dynamic energy of the nation's capital as you take your message to Congress. Take your advocacy to the next level and be heard on Capitol Hill!

Speakers

From voting rights to judicial nominations to reproductive justice, the issues we care about are at stake in the 2016 elections!

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Christine Raino

Director of Public Policy

Shared Hope International

Jan Schakowsky

Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Congresswoman

Ninth Congressional District of Illinois

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Susan Weiss

Executive Director

Center for Women’s Justice

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Janell Ross

National Political Reporter

The Washington Post

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Mara Liasson

National Political Correspondent

NPR

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Roberta Kaplan

Social Action Awardee

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Edith Windsor

Social Action Awardee

Community Service Project
At Washington Institute 2016, we’ll be collecting donations of toiletries and new pairs of adult socks to donate to Casa Ruby. Casa Ruby is the only grassroots multicultural LGBT center in Washington, DC, operating a drop-in center and safe space with hot meals, clothing exchange, career development, and social services to transgender, genderqueer, gender nonconforming, gay, lesbian, and bisexual people in the Washington, DC area. Collection boxes will be located at Washington Institute registration throughout the conference.