What would the world be like if it were more gender-balanced? How would it change our homes, our communities and even our planet?
On April 26, all over the world, thousands of organizations, schools, museums, libraries and homes -- anywhere people already gather -- will be hosting free film screenings and tapping into a global online discussion about how we are going to get to a more gender-balanced world that is better for everyone.
Over 20,000 groups around the globe are already signed up for the second annual 50/50 Day, and Vision 2020 is the host in Philadelphia again!
--5:30 p.m.: Happy hour! Check in, grab a drink (if you're 21+, of course) and some snacks, and mingle with fellow guests
--6:00: Event kick-off with welcome remarks from Vision 2020's Lynn Yeakel
--6:05-6:25: Film screening of "50/50," a mini-documentary on gender equality
--6:30-7:30: Panel discussion moderated by Jennifer Lynn of WHYY News with the following panelists: Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky; Liz Murphy, Senior Vice President of Regulatory and External Affairs at PECO; and Joseph West, Partner and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Duane Morris LLP. Additional panelist(s) to be announced soon.
If you are unable to join Vision 2020 on 50/50 Day but still want to take part in this global day, sign up to get more info on hosting your own event.
More info: https://goo.gl/6qbWnw.