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March, 2021

Wednesday
3
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The Financial Inclusion Roundtable transforms how North Texas financial institutions and community organizations work together to help families access insured deposit accounts, fair credit and quality financial programs. The program hosts quarterly forums for participating organizations to share perspectives, best practices, emerging trends and innovative solutions. Financial Inclusion Roundtable was created by: United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, City of Dallas, FDIC, The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Wednesday
3
Zoom meeting
7:00 PM
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For any member or potential member who want to learn more about LWV of Dallas. Please join us to get an overview of the new website, including how to login on to access member only information, sign up for events and volunteer opportunities and to ask any questions you might have.
Thursday
4
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What is Medicaid and why do we want to expand it?
What are the pros and cons?
What does Medicaid have to do with hunger?

A panel of experts will provide answers to these questions and explain the implications for food access, financial security and the health of Texas families.

Panelists:
Senator Nathan Johnson, Texas District 16
Steve Love, President & CEO, DFW Hospital Council
Rachel Cooper, Senior Policy Analyst, Every Texan
Thursday
4
Zoom meeting.
6:00 PM
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Texas Representative, Jessica González, will join us to talk about voting rights legislation in the 87th session.
Saturday
6
Zoom meeting
10:00 AM
Sunday
7
1965 - “Bloody Sunday” Selma, Alabama
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7 March 1965 - “Bloody Sunday” Selma, Alabama
Monday
8
International Women's Day
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International Women‘s Day - this year‘s theme: An equal world is capable world
Monday
8
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Louise Hytken, LWV Texas Chair for Women‘s Health, will share the latest Action Papers and provide an update on legislation in the 87th Session. And Advocacy actions for you!
Wednesday
10
Wednesday
10
Saturday
13
1906 - Susan B. Anthony died
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13 Mar 1906: Susan B Anthony died.
Monday
15
Zoom meeting.
6:00 PM
Wednesday
17
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Join us for a conversation with Michael Scarpello, the new Dallas County Elections Administrator to hear his thoughts on election related issues on Wednesday, March 17 at 7:00 pm via Zoom.
Thursday
18
Zoom meeting.
6:00 PM
Monday
22
1972 - Equal Rights Amendment passed by U.S. Senate
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On March 22 1972, the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was passed by the U.S. Senate.
Tuesday
23
Wednesday
24
1919 - Catt proposed the formation of a “League of Women Voters to ‘finish the fight’
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1919 March 24 - Carrie Chapman Catt proposed the formation of a “league of women voters to ‘finish the fight’ and to aid in the reconstruction of the nation.” The occasion was the 50th Anniversary Jubilee Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Associate, in St. Louis. In proposed a “fitting commemoration,” Catt asked: “What could be more natural than that women who have attained their political independence should desire to give service in token of their gratitude? What could be more appropriate than that such women should do for the coming generation what those of a preceding period did for them? ….Let us then raise up a league of women voters…: a league that shall be non-partisan and non-sectarian in character…”
Wednesday
24
Friday
26
1918 - Texas Legislature passed a law giving women the right to vote in primaries and at Conventions
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26 March 1918: The Texas Legislature, in special session, passed a law giving women the right to vote in the primaries and at State Conventions. The law was signed by Gov. William Hobby on March 26, 1918. Texas was the first southern state to do so.