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TEDxMidAtlantic Salon - EVE: Everyone Values Equality

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641 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

TEDxMidAtlantic Salon EVE: Everyone Values Equality

in partnership with the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights
presents a TEDx salon titled

EVE: Everyone Values Equality

November 16 – 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm: Registration & Reception
6:30 pm sharp: Talks Begin

Woolly Mammoth Theatre
641 D Street NW
Washington, DC 20004

Imagine a future free of gender roles and stereotypes, where anatomy doesn’t influence one's destiny and women can make career, family and personal decisions without societal pressure, stigma or discrimination. In this future, we understand that equality is not about bolstering a gender or group into a position of privilege, but instead about liberating both women and men, by eliminating gender norms, fixed roles and the judgement that comes with living outside these societal constructs.

While this may seem a fantasy, EVE: Everyone Valuing Equality will be an evening of ideas exploring the realities women face in the United States today, and how to move toward a 21st century of equal opportunity regardless of gender and gender identity. Our lineup of women speakers will provide fresh perspectives on reinventing the status quo, and will challenge the audience to take part in the change necessary to make our country a better place for all people.

Learn more about the event and speakers, and register (required), at

NOTE: This event will be filmed live and videos will be posted on the TEDxMidAtlantic website.

A special thank you to the following organizations and agencies for their support of the event: Additional Partners: DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Employment Justice Center; First Shift Justice Project; HIPS; Mayor’s Office on African Affairs; NAACP Washington, DC Branch; Neighborhood Legal Services Program; Network for Victim Recovery of DC; Women’s Media Center; and The Women’s Collective

Those who want to request a reasonable accommodation or interpretation will be provided an opportunity to do so during the registration process. All accommodation requests must be submitted by November 6 to guarantee fulfillment.