Come Watch President Trump’s First Address to Congress with AAUW!

February 28, 2017

 

Time: 8–10 p.m. ET (subject to change)

Location: AAUW headquarters, 1310 L St. NW, Washington, DC 20005

Cost:  Free

 

 

Event Description:

Join AAUW staff and friends at our headquarters in Washington, D.C., for our official watch party for President Donald Trump’s first congressional address. We’ll be playing some friendly rounds of our famous #AAUWbingo to track Trump’s plans for women and girls, which means we’ll be marking what he says — and what he doesn’t say — when it comes to gender equity. Where better to watch and follow along than with fellow feminists? Be sure to register below, and tell your friends!

Featuring

  • Cash bar
  • Prizes to bingo winners
  • Free feminist swag giveaways to the first 20 guests

Not in the D.C. area? No problem!

We’ll be running our AAUW bingo over Twitter, so you can join the conversation and play along wherever you are! Heighten the fun by organizing a watch party with your local AAUW branchAAUW student organization, or Younger Women’s Task Force chapter. Be sure to tweet your progress to @AAUW, including photos of your bingo board or watch party. We’ll be awarding prizes online for the first-place winner, best photo, funniest tweet, and more.

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