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NATIONAL CAREGIVING SUMMIT

The United States is among the few wealthy nations that does not provide meaningful baseline support for caregivers – those caring for children and for elderly or disabled loved ones.

VisionForward’s first National Caregiving Summit will coincide with Women’s History Month, recognizing that the burden of caregiving disproportionately falls on women, who are often forced to sacrifice their own goals and financial security as a result.

The summit will feature national experts and thought leaders in an interactive panel discussion, a keynote address by Sen. Gillibrand and opportunities for audience participation.

Join us virtually on March 4 as we take a deeper look at this unique moment in history, what it demands and what steps we can take now to eliminate the caregiving penalty in the United States.

 

WOMEN’S EQUALITY EXHIBITION

NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Seat at the Table Exhibition

Explore Progress Toward Gender Equity a Century After American Women Won the Right to Vote

VisionForward’s award-winning women’s equality exhibition, Seat at the Table, is open in the lobby of Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. It will continue through Women’s History Month in March 2022.

The exhibition chronicles what it took for women to win voting rights and how gender inequity persists. It is open whenever the Kimmel Center box office is open. There is no admission charge.

TEACHERS: To schedule a guided tour for your school group click here. View or download our free Educator’s Guide for student activities aligned with state standards.

 


Take a Video Tour of the Women’s Equality Exhibition


Not able to visit Seat at the Table in person? You can take a virtual tour! Watch the video to learn about the progress of American women toward economic, political and social equality with men — 100 years after women won the right to vote.

TEACHERS: Download the Educator’s Guide and access the virtual tour for use with students.