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Heather Wightman, RIA House Executive Director

Please join us for our next Philanthropy Dialogue – a discussion focused on Power Dynamics That Lead to Oppression.

In line with this year’s Dialogue theme “Creating a New Future,” we are pleased to present a discussion focused on Power Dynamics That Lead to Oppression. On the evening of November 17 we will be joined by Heather Wightman, Executive Director of TPC grantee RIA House. During the evening we will learn about how various social and cultural structures can oppress certain groups of people, while benefiting others.

The mission of RIA House is to stand with and support women affected by the commercial sex trade, and its associated exploitation, trafficking, and prostitution, by providing a range of community-based services.

Please register today. We encourage you to invite a guest.

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The Philanthropy Connection’s mission is to inspire, teach, and enable women to engage in collective philanthropy, in order to provide grants to charitable organizations that improve the quality of life for low-resource individuals and families living in Massachusetts.

Email: connect@thephilanthropyconnection.org
Phone: 617-544-7812

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