Rickey Gard Diamond and Screwnomics will be showcased at the Independent Publishers of New England booth at this convention and trade show attended by hundreds of librarians from across New England
Sponsored by The American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Vermont Technical College, Randolph, Vermont
WEOC will once again partner with Change the Story VT to create a day of lively conversation, engaging workshops and effective strategies to improve the economic status of girls and women of all ages living in Vermont. This year’s conference will feature nearly two dozen workshops that will appeal to a range of interests and skills. Rickey will present a workshop entitled "When Money Talks in a Female Voice."
2:00PM Pacific Time meeting via video and Zoom
Rickey and Screwnomics will be showcased at the Independent Publishers of New England booth at this convention and trade show attended by hundreds of booksellers across New England
Ever notice that women get the short end of the stick with regards to economics? Women for Peace is offering a free workshop demystifying economics that affect your life and suggestion solutions for making lasting change. This meet up is introductory. Bring your Feisty Feminist Self.
5:30-6:30 PM at Foundation Grounds Coffee Shop, 7298 Manchester Rd., Maple Wood, MO
Questions: Please contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOK EVENT Screwnomics Discussion with Rickey Gard Diamond & Burt Cohen, Host of Keeping Democracy Alive at Button Factory Stage, Portsmouth NH
An event sponsored by River Run Books, hosted at the WSCA Button Factory Stage in Portsmouth NH
Co-sponsored by North Central Indiana YWCA.
Women's Economic Stories & Research: The Impact of Economic Policy on Gender and Race, The Box Factory, St. Joseph, MI
Emmy-award winning filmmaker Linda Gartz, author of Redlined, and NNA-award winning journalist Rickey Gard Diamond, author of Screwnomics, join realtor and writer Kim Jorgensen Gane and lawyer Elizabeth McCree to discuss creating a more inclusive future.
25-40 minutes live with callers
30-40 min. live interview (Pacifica)
30 min. live phone interview
ALSO ON PROGRESSIVE RADIO NETWORK PRN.FM
55 min. live phone interview
30 min. live interview
A book launch celebration and discussion on the state of women's economics with author Rickey Gard Diamond and Vermont Commission on Women Director Cary Brown. Free and open to the public.
30 min. taped phone interview