AAUW Petaluma Programs 2020-2021
“Breaking Through Barriers”
AAUW does not sanction in-person meetings during the COVID pandemic.
We are committed to the health and safety of our members and the community.
All programs for 2020-2021 use virtual platforms.
Times and dates are listed in the Branch Newsletter.
Maintaining Good Mental Health Despite COVID-19
Presented by NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
100 Years of Suffrage: Where Are We Now?
TED Talks to spark conversation
Annual Fall Social: Better Together!
Preview of activities and projects for 2020-2021
How to Be An Anti-Racist Voter
Presented by Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) and AAUW San Jose
Petaluma Election Forums: City Council and School Board
Helen Putnam and the Supreme Court
Courtesy of Petaluma History Museum with local historian John Sheehy
Schooling During the Pandemic: Progress, Issues and Concerns
An education forum with Petaluma educators
A conversation with inspirational speaker Leslie Riley
Heart Health for Women – What Do We Need to Know
Dr. Sheryl Garrett, Cardiologist
Dr Sundhari Mase, Sonoma County Health Officer
Dr. Mase’s path to Sonoma County and Update on the Pandemic
Tri-Branch Luncheon – Petaluma, Novato & Marin Branches
“Reproductive Rights, Human Rights, and Climate Change”
Dr Cynthia Boaz, Associate Professor of Political Science, Sonoma State University
Local Actions to Address Global Warming
Panelists from local organization share how members can support their efforts
AAUW CA Annual Meeting
Review of the Year for AAUW California, Speech Trek Finals & Equity Award
Petaluma Branch Annual Meeting
Board Installation and Announcement of Named Gift Honoree
All Member Gathering