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Nights at the Round Table: Conversations about Reproductive Rights

Thursday, November 2, 2023 6:30pm–9 pm

Color photograph of B'nai Brith Women (now Jewish Women International) at an abortion rights/pro-choice rally on November 12th, 1989, held at the Lincoln Memorial. Capital Jewish Museum Collection, Jewish Women International Collection. Gift of Meredith Jacobs, Jewish Women International.

Location

  • Capital Jewish Museum
    575 3rd Street, NW, Washington, DC

Tickets

  • $45 General
  • $54 Chai ūüíô Ticket

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Join expert panelists and fellow participants for an evening of dinner and discourse in a brave space. Build tools and resources, connect with others passionate about the topic, and learn ways to take action in the fight for reproductive justice.

Panelists include Sheila Katz, CEO of National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Senator Ariana Kelly, representingDistrict 16 in the Maryland Senate, and Dr. Jamila Perritt, President of Physicians for Reproductive Rights. Moderated by Renee Bracey Sherman, founder, and executive director of We Testify.

6:30 Р7:00 pm  |  Panel discussion
7:00 Р8:30 pm  |  Dinner & discourse
8:30 Р9:00 pm  |  Dessert & action steps

Tickets include dinner and admission to the special exhibition Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Nights at the Round Table is a discussion-based series that promotes conversation, community-building, and civic engagement around contemporary issues.

Support for this program is provided in part by the Morse-Loeb Fund.

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