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Equivox 2019

Stories connect us. Our event celebrates women change makers by amplifying their stories. Come and learn how you can support and empower women writers.

Sunday, March 31st, 2019

11 am – 1 pm

Date

Sunday, March 31st, 2019
Registration: 10:30 am
Program: 11 am – 1 pm

Herban Feast

Herban Feast, SoDo Park
3200 1st Avenue South
Seattle, 98134

*Free parking is available in the immediate area.

Tickets

$1,600 Table
(includes you, 8 guests + Hedgebrook writer)
$175 Individual Tickets

*Fair market value is $71 per guest, $104 is tax deductible.

Program

Raffle
Brunch + Storytelling
Raise the Paddle

 

*brunch is served family style, with a variety of options to meet dietary restrictions.

Featured Guests

Janet Mock

Hedgebrook Alumna

Janet Mock is the New York Times bestselling author of “Surpassing Certainty” and “Redefining Realness.” Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, and Marie Claire, where she’s a contributing editor. She was a featured speaker at the 2017 Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and is currently a writer, producer, and director on the FX drama series “Pose,” for which she made history as the first trans woman of color to write and direct an episode of television with the critically-acclaimed, “Love Is the Message.” Time named her one of its 100 Most Influential People in the world while the PEN Center USA honored her with a literary honor in 2017.

Chenoa Egawa

Hedgebrook Alumna

Chenoa Egawa is Coast Salish of the Lummi and S’Kallam Nations of Washington State. She is a ceremonial leader, singer, speaker, environmental activist and artist dedicated to bringing healing to our Mother Earth, and to people of all cultures, backgrounds and origins through recognition of our shared experiences as human beings.  

One of her principal teachings today is the importance of preserving and sharing the wisdom human beings of all cultures, languages and ways of life still hold that benefit the health, well being and protection of all life on our Mother Earth.  In that regard, she serves as a voice to bring Native wisdom and perspectives to the world at a time when these teachings are particularly poignant reminders of our shared responsibility to live with respect for ourselves, one another, and for our Earth.

About This Event

Become a Table Host!

Purchase a table at Equivox for $1,600 and invite 8 friends and be joined by a Hedgebrook writer seated at your table. Table hosts also receive:

  • Priority table placement
  • Recognition in our program
  • An invitation to an exclusive pre-event book-signing reception with our featured writers and Hedgebrook alumnae

Become a Table Host!

Get your Ticket Now!

Spirit Seats

Can’t attend but want to support Equal Voice?

 
Each year, Equivox invites a Hedgebrook writer to fill a space at every table. If you can’t attend but still want to be there in spirit, purchase a “Spirit Seat” and we’ll make sure a deserving writer fills your seat.
 

Our Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Lead Sponsors

Third Place Books

Supporting Sponsors

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In-Kind Sponsors

Become a Sponsor

Sponsorship Opportunities!

Interested in receiving sponsorship level recognition at Equivox? Contact us at equivox@hedgebrook.org to learn more.

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