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"This opportunity was brought to you courtesy of feminism." -- Marie C. Wilson, President and Founder, The White House Project

All events take place in Rochester, NY unless otherwise noted.

April 21
7:00 pm

Birth Control Update - Rochester NOW Meeting
Join staff from Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York for an educated and open discussion that will provide current, medically accurate information on a variety of birth control methods and work to dispel the myths surrounding these methods. Free. Open to the public. First Unitarian Church, 220 S. Winton Rd.

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April 25
5:00 pm

Rochester SlutWalk
SlutWalk has become a worldwide movement, working to challenge mindsets and stereotypes of victim-blaming and slut-shaming. Rochester Liberty Pole. See Facebook page.

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May 7
2:00 pm

National Women's Hall of Fame Groundbreaking
The Seneca Knitting Mill Rehabilitation Project is starting Phas II - with the asbestos abatement and cleanup starting in April followed by stabilization of the structure and installation of a new roof. In celebration, there will be a groundbreaking event to be held in Seneca Falls. Contact the Hall for more details.

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May 11
9:00 am

Pink Ribbon Run and Walk 2014
Women's 5K road race and family fitness walk to raise money for Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester. Registration begins at 7:15 am. Genesee Valley Park. See website for details and to register.

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May 17
5:45 pm

Empire State Pride Agenda's Spring Dinner
Local Rochester activist Evelyn Bailey will be presented with the Community Service Award. Evelyn was the executive producer of Shoulders To Stand On, a film that documented Rochester's gay history. Rochester Riverside Convention Center. See website for ticket information and more details.

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May 19
Noon and
2:00 pm

Susan B. Anthony House Lecture Series
The speaker will be Dr. Jennifer Desiderio, associate professor of English, Canisius College, speaking on "Susan B. Anthony's Quaker Predecessors and Her Early Quaker Influences." At the Susan B. Anthony House (17 Madison St.) Carriage House. Lunch at noon for $25 or tea at 2:00 pm for $15. Register online.

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