What’s Your Opinion?

Learn How to Write an Op-Ed & Make Your Voice Heard

Katie Orenstein, founder of The Op-Ed Project

Only 15% of bylines on the opinion pages are women. Some of the most valuable intellectual real estate is the page opposite the editorial, the op-ed page. What do you have to say?
Join us for a discussion on the importance of having more women writing op-eds, and learn how to write and publish a successful op-ed yourself.

Speakers include:
Sui Lang Panoke, Director and Founder of Women Politics Media Foundation, Inc
Kay Steiger, Online Managing Editor at The Washingtonian.
Alyssa Best, Program Manager at The Op-Ed Project
Liz Rose, Communications Director at Campaign for America’s Future

When: 
November 16
6:30 – 8:30pm

Where:
ARHP (Association of Reproductive Health Professionals)
1901 L St NW, Suite 300

 

On Facebook? Check out the event here

#WINOpEd
Questions? Email writing@winonline.org
*photo from ihollaback.org
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About WIN Writing Group

WIN Writing Group is a network within the Women's Information Network (WIN), Washington's premier professional, political, and social network dedicated to empowering young, pro-choice, Democratic women. From this organization, our writing group was formed to give WIN members a community in which to write. We focus on creative nonfiction, which is defined as any writing that is intended to be read as true.
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