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Traveling

I've spent the weekend with two sassy 4-year-olds so my brain is a bit fried. In lieu of a real blog post about the resignation of HRC's campaign manager (a Chicago Latina!) or Barack's sweeping of the weekend, I present you my upcoming travel calendar. Please let me know if you'll be at any of these events:

March 28-30 -- Women, Action & the Media
June 5-7 -- National Council for Research on Women Conference
June 19-22 -- National Women's Studies Association Conference
July 18-20 -- NOW National Conference

At this time, I do plan on presenting or will be submitting a proposal to present at all these events. I do love presenting to others as it really is a big conversation about one topic or another and I feel that I learn more when I open my mouth and others comment. I love meeting new people too. If you're local, I'm more than happy to chat about me coming to speak to students of any ages.

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