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Branch Meeting

Local Campaigns 101
Wednesday, April 3, 7 pm
Elmhurst Public Library

Diane Lans-Kautz - Campaign Manager - Lucy Chang Evans for ...Learn how to educate yourself and others to become better local citizens. Diane Lans-Kautz will teach us more than the basics about how successful local elections are planned and implemented. Have things changed? Oh yes!

May Luncheon

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Interest Groups

Book Discussion
Thursday, March 28, 1 pm
Elmhurst Public Library, Gathering Room

The Moon and Sixpence by Somerset Maugham
Discussion Leader: Sherall Carson

Half the Sky
Tuesday, April 23, 7 pm
Elmhurst Public Library, Kossman Room

In April, the group will discuss the women of Venezuela and CEPAZ plus other groups.

On Tuesday, May 21, the group will meet in the Gathering Room at theElmhurst Public Library. The topic for discussion is still to be decided.

The final activity for 2024 will be meeting at DeCampana,  229 W Grand Ave, Bensenville,  for lunch…. tentatively on Saturday June 15….

For more information, please email Betty Laliberte.

Join Half the Sky for work sessions, field trips and learning modules. ALL AAUW members are welcome. Come often or come when you can.

D. E. I
Thursday, May 2, 7-8:30 pm
Multipurpose Room, Mary E. Kies Recreation Center
Centennial Park, 151 E. St. Charles Road. Elmhurst

Join us for a workshop on Microaggressions led by Dr. Jessica Sim, Elmhurst University professor and social psychologist specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion. This workshop aims to enhance participants’ understanding of the impact of microaggressions on various identities, such as race, gender, disability and more.

Through small group discussions and interactive activities, you will develop a deeper awareness of microaggressions, learn to differentiate between intention and impact, recognize common forms of microaggression, and gain practical strategies to address them in everyday life. This workshop provides valuable insights on fostering inclusive communities where individuals from all backgrounds can feel a sense of belonging.

This free program, co-sponsored by the Elmhurst Branch of the American Association of University Women, ComeUnity, and the Elmhurst Park District, open to non-Elmhurst residents. Registration is required and is open now, so please register early. Register by calling the Elmhurst Park District at (630) 993-8193.

AAUW Elmhurst Area Branch Strategic Plan

  • Mission: To advance gender equity for women and girls through research, education, and advocacy
  • Vision: Equity for all
  • Values: Nonpartison, fact-based, integrity, inclusion, and intersectionality
  • Specific Areas of Focus: Education and training, economic security, leadership, governance, and sustainability
  • Work Smart Workshop: Training to successfully advocate for yourself and help close the pay gap for women everywhere

The Elmhurst Area Branch is a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit affiliate of The American Association of University Women. Donations are tax deductible as charitable contributions.