Newsletter for November

Calendar Items

? Date: November 13 at 2:00 pm. Blaming, Shaming, Understanding: Changing Attitudes Toward Poverty

Speakers: Naomi Miller and Sue Andrews
Location: Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse, 108 School Street, Bennington.
Masks and social distancing are required.

? November 16 – Book Group.  New Location for Book Group: Left Bank in North Bennington.  12 pm. This month’s book:  The Paris Library.

? November 18 – Read-Around Group. Topic: Grace and Gratitude. 1 pm on Zoom. 

? December 10 – Holiday Party with appetizers and musical entertainment. The Old First Church Barn.  1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Feature Articles

? Meet Gloria L. Blackwell, AAUW’s Chief Executive Officer 
By Gudrun Hutchins

National AAUW Awards Six Million Dollars of Fellowships and Grants Each Year
By Gudrun Hutchins

Explore the AAUW National  Website

Get started with a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet
As branch members, we focus on our local activities; however, we are part of a sizable and influential national organization that supports equity and education for women and girls.  We hope you will take a few minutes to explore the website and learn what your dues make possible.

?  Sign up for the Two Minute Activist.
This page allows you to sign up for alerts for action on various AAUW issues and send a message to your legislator:
If you would prefer text alerts, text AAUW TO 2133.

? Sign up for the AAUW newsletter—Mission and Action 
You will receive a monthly issue in your email. There is a also signup form at the bottom of many pages of the website.

? Watch an AAUW Webinar. Webinars are listed on this page.
Here is the 2022 Fall Gathering Webinar.


Newsletter  editor, Dawn Rodrigues