The United States is currently undergoing a massive gender wage gap, and women’s voices are often the first to be heard.
But when women are silenced, women’s stories are not told.
That’s why we launched Women’s Voices for the Future to empower women’s voice in the workplace, and we are thrilled to join the Women’s Voice for the Environment coalition to amplify voices of women and girls in all facets of our society.
The group is made up of diverse women who are working together to empower them and make their voices heard in all areas of our lives.
We are calling for a “Women’s Climate Summit” on June 26, 2019, to take place in Washington, DC, to be held the day before the United Nations Climate Summit.
This year, we are bringing together top climate activists, including climate scientists, activists, advocates, journalists, and businesswomen to build a climate-resilient world.
The summit will be an opportunity for everyone to be a part of the conversation, and it will be the first in a series of events that we hope will make a tangible difference to the climate crisis.
The first women to join our coalition will be Elizabeth M. Williams, president and CEO of the American Association of University Women, the Women Climate Leadership Program, and the Global Leadership Network.
Elizabeth will also be joining us to address the conference.
As the first woman in history to lead the United States in advancing women’s rights, Elizabeth is the first female president of the United State.
As a result of her leadership, we will see more women joining the workforce and participating in the public sphere, including in the presidential race.
As President of the Women Leadership Council, Elizabeth will be a key voice in our effort to ensure the next president is prepared to lead in a climate change-resiliency climate.
Our goal is to raise awareness and empower the next generation of women leaders in the White House.
We also plan to convene a Women’s Climate Advisory Council, which will include members of the community who are leading the fight to protect women and communities from the effects of climate change, and to make sure the next administration understands the impact climate change will have on the economy, the health, and lives of women, men, and children.
Our agenda for the summit includes a discussion of climate justice, including the need to address climate justice through a coordinated response from all stakeholders.
We want to hear from the voices of all of us, not just women.
The United Nations is currently hosting the UN Climate Summit and a new climate conference, the Climate Summit 2020, is slated to take a historic turn this summer.
Women and girls across the world have been mobilizing to fight climate change for years, and this year we will be joining in on the action, organizing marches and rallies across the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and India.
In the United Sates, we have been working to build our climate resilience in cities, towns, and communities.
But the Trump administration is taking action to further restrict our right to organize and participate in our communities, and our voice is being silenced.
As women, we know that we are not alone in this struggle.
We have the power to take the fight for climate justice to the White Houses.
Together, we can ensure that the next President is prepared for a climate that will be better for all of humanity.
We call on our allies to join us.
The Women’s Summit is just one step in a long-term plan to build stronger, fairer, and more resilient societies that are resilient to climate change and our impacts.
The People’s Climate March will take place on June 28 at the White house, and will include climate activists from across the country and across the globe.
In addition to the Women Summit, we also invite a number of national marches and demonstrations across the U.S. and around the world.
We invite the American Women’s March to join.
In Washington, D.C., on June 27, we plan to hold a march to highlight the plight of women workers, women of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, indigenous people, people living in poverty, women in underserved communities, women veterans, and young people.
In cities across the nation, we call on people to join together to show that the climate is not going away.
The Global Climate March is coming to Washington, as well, on June 23.
We’re also organizing a series, Women Climate Summit, across the year to make a difference.
On July 10, we’re hosting a series called the WomenClimateSummit, a joint series of actions that will include actions to protect the climate from climate change.
We believe that we can all do our part to ensure that every single one of us has a seat at the table.
We need to stand up for our planet, not only our families, but our communities and our economies, and work to protect and improve our climate.
And we must build a movement that