CALIFORNIA WOMEN'S CONFERENCE
Women of the Future: Leading the Way for 30 Years!
May 10 - 11 2017 - Long Beach California
Natalie White is a provocative and progressive feminist and artist, best known for her self-portrait work with Giant Polaroid Photography and as a crusader for women’s rights. She led a 250 mile march from NYC to DC to raise awareness for the Equal Rights Amendment. The day after the march was over she painted ERA NOW 20 feet long on the U.S. Capitol in broad daylight, getting arrested a week later. She plead not guilty and represented herself at the trial that took place 2 days before Trump’s Inauguration and 3 days before the Women’s March in DC. With character witnesses that included Academy Award winning actress Patricia Arquette and Award winning film maker Kamala Lopez, White was found guilty but only given a $50.00 fine and a 6 month stay away from the Capitol, with the provision that if she was going there to lobby for the Equal Rights Amendment she could go on Capitol property.
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