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A panel of nerd girls discuss comics, gaming, and sexism in nerdy communities. 6:30 pm.
A debate and dialogue between philosophy professors Amy Baehr and Daniel Shapiro. 7 pm.
Join satirical women’s magazine "Reductress" writers as they launch their new book “How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having it All--And Then Some!” 7–9 pm.
The "Barefoot Contessa" sits down with the actress and comedian Fey to discuss her cookbook, “Cooking for Jeffrey.” 7:30 pm.
Meet members of the United Nations and other international groups, attend a panel about the UN’s role in fighting climate change, followed by a reception with live music by Ourida. 4:30 pm.
Join author Sabra Moore as she discusses her vividly illustrated memoir, "Openings," about the women’s art movement in New York City during the second feminist wave. 7–9 pm.
A discussion of the work of artist Beverly Buchanan, whose work explored the relationship between place and memory. 7 pm.
The Philip K. Dick Award-winning author launches the revised edition of her dystopian novel, "The Unnamed Midwife," about a woman’s right to bodily autonomy and reproductive freedom. 7–9 pm.
One of China’s most prolific and provocative contemporary artists chats with Cuban-born artist Tania Bruguera. 2 pm.
Neighbors Allied for Good Growth will discuss urban soil, and will screen your garden soil for lead, zinc, or arsenic. Bring a handful in a plastic bag. 1 pm.
Fully illustrated "Besties" is the ultimate celebration of female friendship is a gift, a thank-you note, and a love letter all in one. 7–9 pm.
The contemporary author and artist hosts a book launch of his latest work, "How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art." 7 pm.
This conference will focus on the experience of trauma in urban education and mental health practices. After a keynote presentation, a diverse panel will talk about their own struggles and insights around the experience of trauma. 9:30 am–3:30 pm.
The fourth-annual party to raise awareness about justice and equal rights for farmworkers. With local and neighborhood food and drinks, music, a performance by drag queen Lady Quesa’Dilla, and a talk about working and living conditions in New York’s fields and farms. 7–10 pm.
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