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In WHO OWNS THE FUTURE?, Lanier envisions a singularly bold model for a highly humanistic economy—one that will reward people for the valuable information they share with networks and the companies that control and profit from them.
This year's conference, DOMA, ICWA and CHIFF: What's Changed in Adoption and Child Welfare Law and Policy?, will explore recent and future legal developments that impact adoption law, policy and practice.
Our annual women empowerment panel event during Women's History Month highlights women in different business sectors and career paths who share their experience and insight with the goal to inspire and empower others. This event is for anyone ready to partake in conversation, network, and share ideas and stories about how empowerment can motivate and ignite positive change in women and those around us. The empowering choices women make individually and collectively continues to strengthen our mark and significance in society.
Pushed to follow conventional paths, Mae C. Jemison followed her ambition instead to become the first African American woman ever to travel to space. Come see how Mae stood up to those who doubted her and excelled in math and science to reach beyond the sky.
King Bay Y invites you to attend our Hebrew Dual Language Summer Day Camp Open House Give your child a gift they will cherish forever and connect them to an exciting summer experience Come learn about exciting opportunities for the summer ahead! Our open house will feature: Israeli Music, Hebrew activities, a drum circle, Belly dancing by the talented Tsuf, Arts and crafts & a virtual tour of Israel! RSVP HERE: http://tinyurl.com/openhouse9th
Humans have been dreaming of other worlds for thousands of years. This talk will be an insider's tour of the iconic space missions and telescopes that have given us scientific insights into other worlds, from Mars to the multiverse.
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Women’s History Month - The Contributions of Women Psychoanalysts at New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, 1911-1961Presented by New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Scientific Program Committee of New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute presents a panel on “The Contributions of Women Psychoanalysts at NYPSI, 1911-1961.” From its inception in 1911, NYPSI has counted women among its members, but it was not until the late 1930s that women began to play a major role in its affairs. The contributions of these women analysts to the development of NYPSI and psychoanalysis are illustrated by focusing on both well-known figures and those whose contributions have faded from awareness over time. The first two women members of NYPSI were Beatrice Hinkle (1874-1953) and Josephine Jackson (1865-1945). The contributions of the diverse group of women analysts who followed in their wake will be outlined by Nellie Thompson. The lives and careers of Margaret Fries, Lillian Malcove, Edith Jacobson and Berta Bornstein will be discussed by Patricia Nachman, Mary Kay O'Neil and Helene Keable.