Events at Women’s eNews


August 23, 2016: My Passion; My Philanthropy: Youth & Giving

March – November: Opening the Way: A Women’s History Walk of Downtown Manhattan


June – Sept 2016: Visions of Confinement: A Lens on Women in the United States Prison System

August 26, 2016: #20000by2020

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Teen Voices at Women’s eNews presents 

My Passion; My Philanthropy: Youth & Giving

Join Teen Voices and Women’s eNews for our second annual presentation and discussion on trends in philanthropy. Our focus this time is on funding for teen girls and the ways in which young people engage in philanthropy, nationally and internationally.

Moderated by Katina Paron, youth journalism expert & editor of Teen Voices.

Speakers include:


Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Loft of Feminist Artist, Linda Stein
100 Reade St., NY, NY  10013

Refreshments will be provided.

For more information, inquiries or to get involved contact or call 212-244-1720.


Opening the Way: A Women’s History Walk

Starting in March, in celebration of Women’s History Month and warmer weather, Opening the Way, New York City’s only women’s history walking tour, is available for public and private tours on weekends.

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Opening the Way is a 21-stop walking tour capturing three centuries of women’s historic connections to Downtown Manhattan.

On the walk, we explore the work of these writers, agitators, abolitionists, suffragists, and those we now call activists, as well as three heroes who gave their lives on September 11, 2001. As you walk the streets, you will be able to absorb a sense of the world in which they worked and made themselves heard above the roar of the city.

To book a tour email


June 29 – September 10, 2016

Hunter East Harlem Gallery

Visions of Confinement: A Lens on Women in the United States Prison System featuring the transmedia project, Incorrigibles


The opening reception for Visions of Confinement will take place on Wednesday, June 29th, from 6:00 – 9:00 pm.
Click here for more details and other exhibition events.

This summer, Incorrigibles has been invited to participate in Visions of Confinement: A Lens on Women in the United States Prison System. The exhibition, organized by Issac Scott (Confined Arts) and Arden Sherman (Hunter East Harlem Gallery), is centered around the experiences of incarcerated women, formerly incarcerated women, and their families. Over the course of the summer, the space will host a variety of “artistic meditations” on the lives and experiences of women involved in the US prison system. Fostering dialogues on reform and improving prison conditions for women, weekly public programs organized by the exhibition’s collaborators and curators will take place in the gallery. See details regarding the exhibition and the upcoming Incorrigibles’ event below:
Visions of Confinement will be on view from
June 29th through September 10th, 2016 at:
Hunter East Harlem Gallery
Hunter College at Silberman School of Social Work
2180 Third Avenue and 119th Street
New York, NY 10035
(212) 396-7819
Gallery hours:
WednesdaySaturday, noon – 5:00 pm


Incorrigibles is a transmedia and documentary project focused on the history of incarcerated girls in the United States. At its core, the project aims to reexamine and redefine the term ‘incorrigible’, which is repeatedly used to label and define young women, starting with records from the New York State Training School for Girls. With almost 600 girls at its height, it was once the largest juvenile detention facility in the US. Stories from the school reflect the deep patterns, both linguistic and penal, that have shaped the perceptions and strategies used to deal with what North American society deems threatening and disruptive behavior in young women then and now.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Women’s Activism NYC / Department of Records and Information Services


Women’s Activism.NYC is holding a campaign called #20000by2020 for Women’s Equality Day, with the goal of reaching 20,000 stories of female activists by 2020, the centennial of women’s suffrage.

FREE to participate.

On August 26, join in and tell Women’s Activism about an activist woman that inspires you at:

For more Women’s Activism NYC and Department of Records and Information Services events, visit their events page.



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