One hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, women are a growing political force, both as voters and office holders. How is this movement reshaping our politics at a grassroots level, in statehouses and the nation’s capital? And will it continue to gather momentum until women are at parity with men in elected office?

Join Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro, Chair of USC Dornsife’s Political Science and International Relations Department as she moderates a robust discussion with former Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer and former Republican Representative Mimi Walters (both of whom are now fellows at USC Dornsife’s Center for the Political Future) as well as Dornsife political science scholar Christian Phillips.

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Dornsife Dialogues
Join us for stimulating online forums in which leading scholars and distinguished alumni from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences share new perspectives, research-based findings and fresh insight on timely topics. The free events are open to the entire USC community and general public.

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  • Cinthia Sanchez Alvarado
  • Nikisha Chapman
  • Veronica Enrique

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