WOW Festival Baltimore to Feature Co-founder of Supermajority, Cecile Richards
The Women of the World Festival Baltimore (WOW) will feature co-founder of Supermajority and author of NY Times best-seller Make Trouble, Cecile Richards.
WOW Festival Baltimore, the region’s largest festival dedicated to women, will take place on March 7, 2020, at the Columbus Center in Baltimore. First hosted by Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) in 2016, WOW celebrates the power of women and girls in Baltimore and around the world. The unique festival model creates numerous pathways for participants to take part in WOW projects, amplify their own causes, or start new initiatives that have a wide impact on communities. It is, internationally, the biggest, most comprehensive and most significant festival dedicated to presenting work by women and promoting equality for women and girls.
Cecile Richards, a national leader for women’s rights, and social and economic justice, is the author of New York Times bestseller Make Trouble.
Richards started her career as a labor organizer, working with women earning the minimum wage, and served as Deputy Chief of Staff to House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi. In 2011 and 2012, she was named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.
WOW will feature artists, writers, politicians, performers and activists to promote inclusivity, honor the strength and inventiveness of women, and actively break down societal barriers through events, workshops, lectures, debates, activities, and performances. Tickets are $40 per person. For more information about WOW Festival Baltimore, and for tickets, visit www.wow-baltimore.org.