You’ve heard the hubbub about the perils facing women’s rights in the 2012 election; the more priorities and concerns are discussed openly, the more efficacy women can possess as a voting bloc this November.
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By Hannah McCartney
CityBeat

You've heard the hubbub about the perils facing women's rights in the 2012 election; the more priorities and concerns are discussed openly, the more efficacy women can possess as a voting bloc this November.

The YWCA hosts "What Women Want: 2012 Town Hall Meeting," a non-partisan, all-female interactive gathering intended to spark engaged, passionate conversation about the most important civic issues facing women voters, including health care, racial justice and the economic empowerment.

Prepare yourself to cast a ballot that could truly change your life.

Intended for female participants of voting age. 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28. Free. Register online. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 50 E. Freedom Way, Downtown. 888-953-9922, freedomcenter.org .

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