What Will the New Political Landscape Mean for Women & Families?
Top Political and Progressive Experts to Address that Question at Friday Briefing
WASHINGTON, DC — November 13, 2008 — The National Partnership for Women & Families will host a post-election discussion with some of the nation’s leading experts on politics, work/family issues, health and reproductive health, and other progressive issues tomorrow. The briefing will be:
3 5 PM, Friday, November 14
Office of the Economic Policy Institute
1333 H Street NW, East Tower, Suite #300
- Amy Walter, Editor-in-Chief, National Journal’s Hotline
- Chris Jennings, President of Jennings Policy Strategies, Inc. and Clinton White House Senior Health Care Advisor
- Hilary Rosen, Political Director, Editor-at-Large, The Huffingtonpost.com and CNN Political Contributor
- Debra Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families (Moderator)
More than 100 people are expected at the briefing, which is open to media. It also will be webcast live on the homepage of http://www.nextgenweb.com/.
The National Partnership is a non-profit, non-partisan advocacy group dedicated to promoting access to quality health care, fairness in the workplace, and policies that help women and men meet the dual demands of work and family.