The US election was the first time in a generation that women had a voice in politics, but it was a watershed moment for the field.
Now, we’re entering the era of the first women’s political forum in the US.
This forum aims to encourage and empower women in the country.
And with women making up almost 70% of the electorate, it’s a real opportunity to expand the conversation and inspire change.
Women are more than just voting blocs.
They are the base of a movement, and they should have a voice.
This panel aims to help the women who want to get involved in politics get started.
It’s about creating a space where they can learn about issues and share their ideas.
The panel also looks at how women can become more engaged, and help each other succeed in a diverse society.
What you need to know about the panel Women of colour and those with disabilities, low-income and older voters, those who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault, and transgender people.
We want to hear your stories, but we also want to make sure you’re getting the most out of the panel.
What the panel aims for and what it means for you What the panels aims for What it means to be part of the conversation Women are the most represented group of people in US politics, and women of colour have been at the forefront of that progress.
The American Political Science Association, which publishes the APSA, estimates that about 60% of women of color are either employed or looking for work, according to the American Association of University Women.
And women of all ages and races have emerged as the political party leaders, with more than a third of female elected officials serving in their party.
What is the panel about?
Panelists include: Jill Abramson, former vice president of the Center for American Progress and a former Democratic National Committee staffer, author of the memoir “I Will Fight For You,” and former deputy director of the Office of Government Ethics.