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NCJW Sacramento is honored to present this unique opportunity: “Obstruction of Justice: A Conversation with Jill Wine-Banks” author, MSNBC legal analyst and Watergate prosecutor on Tuesday, July 28. She will speak about today’s danger to our system of justice, the parallels to the Watergate scandal, and sexism then and now.
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RSVP by submitting the online form: Webinar – Obstruction of Justice: A Conversation with Jill Wine-Banks
Jill was the first woman to serve in the criminal investigations division of the Justice Department, the only woman Watergate prosecutor and whose interrogation of Nixon’s secretary led to Nixon’s resignation, was the first woman to be General Council to the Army, the first solicitor general of Illinois, and the first woman to be COO of the American Bar Association.
Jill Wine-Banks is the role model of a woman who turns progressive ideals into action. She truly acts to safeguard individual rights and freedoms.
The Conversation will be moderated by NCJW National Vice President, Claire Lipschultz.
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Participation in the July 28 webinar is free. A donation to NCJW Sacramento is appreciated. Your donation will help strengthen our role in advocating for issues important to women, children and families. Make a donation: https://donorbox.org/donate-ncjw-sacramento-july28_webinar
Jill Wine-Banks’ book, “The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President,” and an author autographed book plate may be purchased for $20.00 plus tax and $2.50 shipping by contacting independent bookstore, the Avid Reader, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 916-441-4400.