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Vote for these SXSW panels

First the two panels I'm on:

Now some awesome proposals from my friends:
edited to add:
From El Blog:

Below the sessions related to the Hispanic market. Vote early and vote often!
TWO MORE from Kety at the National Council of La Raza::
And one more I saw on Twitter:
So what are you waiting for? Start clicking thru this list (I hope to add more proposals of awesome women & allies) and click the thumbs up! Also leave a comment, if you have time, about why you think that panel should be on the agenda next year. I have seen on Twitter people say that comments almost count more than votes. So please take a moment to comment on your fave panel ideas. Thank you!!

Think I should have you on this list? Leave a comment with your info. Feminists, women of color and BFFs are welcome. Others, tell me why I should lobby for your vote.

Voting ends September 4, 2009.

Want to know more about the voting and how much your vote matters? Click here!

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