LWV OPRF February 14 Week in Preview
Second Tuesday Recap
If you weren’t able to attend the January 11 Second Tuesday program, The Kids are Alright - Or Are They?the Collaboration for Early Childhood has posted a wonderful description of the event along with the individual presentations on their website.  Our thanks to the Early Collaboration staff! 
LWV IL Issues Briefing
Get briefed on information you need to make yourself heard. Join the LWV IL for their annual look at current issues as well as legislation being considered in the General Assembly. Sessions are scheduled from March 5-11, and all will be virtual. Register here one or more sessions.
Save the Date
Mark your calendars now for our League's SundayMarch 20 fundraiser, "An Afternoon with Eleanor Roosevelt." More details and ticket information will be in the February 21 Week in Preview.
The Feminist Four
This month's Feminist Four highlights four women with unpopular views: Amelia Bloomer, Carry A. Nation, Catharine A. MacKinnon, and Liz Cheney. Read more about these ladies here. If you click on each woman's picture in the newsletter, you will discover even more about their individual efforts.
Brave New Films
Brave New Films invites you to an upcoming movie screening. On Thursday, March 10, from 4:00-6:00pm, Brave New Films will partner with the Women's Justice Institute and WIN Recovery of Chicago to screen their latest film "Racially Charged: America's Misdemeanor Problem." Register to join this free screening here.
LWV US February 10, 2022