RADIO: Harvard University PolicyCast: Turning the Women’s March into a Women’s Movement

On January 21st 2017, at the Women’s March in Washington one after another the speakers and advocates spoke with eloquence and passion and were joined by an international community to march in support of equality, civil rights, and human dignity for every human. A great conversation from the Harvard University PolicyCast: Turning the Women’s March into a Women’s Movement featuring HKS Assistant Professor Leah Wright Rigueur, Women and Public Policy Program Executive Director Victoria Budson, and HKS Adjunct Lecturer Tim McCarthy.

How do you turn protest into policy? Three HKS experts discuss the aftermath of the historic Women’s March on Washington this past January, and explain what needs to happen next in order to translate that activism into real policy changes. Featuring HKS Assistant Professor Leah Wright Rigueur, Women and Public Policy Program Executive Director Victoria Budson, and HKS Adjunct Lecturer Tim McCarthy.

Related Links: Women’s March

Website: www.womensmarch.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/womensmarchonwash
Instagram: www.instagram.com/nycwomensmarch
Twitter: twitter.com/womensmarch

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