In this historical moment, women continue to power us forward into a world of gender and racial justice. After this critical 2020 election, the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota (WFMN) and The Aspen Forum on Women and Girls invite you to a post-election conversation engaging local and national voices on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 10 a.m. CT.

Regardless of the election outcome, we are holding space, building community, and providing critical analysis to encourage collective power and hope in the ongoing movement for gender and racial equity. Moderated by Gloria Riviera of ABC News, the panel will include some of the nation’s leading voices, including Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan, the highest-ranking Native women holding non-tribal Executive office; Fatima Goss Graves, President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center; and C. Nicole Mason, CEO and President, Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

These brilliant local and national political leaders will discuss how the election’s most pressing issues impact women, girls, and families, and the opportunities they see as our nation moves forward. Together, we will dive deep into how the country showed up during local, state, and national elections and examine the state of gender and racial representation in our political leadership.


About the Road to Transformation
Since the onset of the pandemic and the global movements for racial justice, WFMN’s Road to Transformation, formerly Road to Equality, was adapted and launched to listen, amplify, and invest in the voices and experiences of communities pushed to the margins across our state.

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