What would the world be like if it were more gender-balanced? How would it change our homes, our communities and even our planet? From opportunity, to access to equal pay, and much more, 50/50 Day is committed to helping everyday people become champions and active participants in the changes our world so desperately needs.
On April 26, all over the world, thousands of organizations, schools, museums, libraries and homes -- anywhere people already gather -- will be hosting free film screenings and tapping into a global online discussion about how we are going to get to a more gender-balanced world that is better for everyone.
Over 30,000 groups around the globe are already signed up for the second annual 50/50 Day, and Vision 2020 is the host in Philadelphia again!
- 5:30 p.m.: Happy hour! Check in, grab a drink (if you're 21+, of course) and some snacks, and mingle with fellow guests
- 6:00: Event kick-off with welcome remarks from Vision 2020's Lynn Yeakel, followed by a resolution presentation by Samantha Pearson from Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown's office; the City Council resolution will declare the date as 50/50 Day throughout Philadelphia.
- 6:05-6:25: Film screening of "50/50"
- 6:30-7:30: Panel discussion moderated by WHYY's Jennifer Lynn with the following speakers:
- Jovida Hill, Philadelphia Commission for Women
- Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky, Pennsylvania House of Representatives
- Liz Murphy, Senior Vice President of Regulatory and External Affairs at PECO
- Joseph West, Partner and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Duane Morris LLP
Questions? Email Kathleen McFadden ([email protected]) from the Vision 2020 team.
If you are unable to join Vision 2020 on 50/50 Day but still want to take part in this global day, sign up to get more info on hosting your own event.