OUT LOUD: Celebrating Women’s History Month
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U.S. Embassy Bangkok and Creative Migration organize an event to celebrate Women's History Month with a special panel disscussion titled "Advancing Inclusive Women's Rights" and a free screening of documentary film RGB.
The OUT LOUD event takes place at Bangkok 1899 on March 27. The registration starts at 17:30, which will be followed by the panel discussion (carried on in both Thai and English) led by five speakers—namely, Lydia Barraza, Kawita Vatanajyankur, Setha Tienpirangul, Kath Khangpaiboon, and Siriwan Khanunthong—at 18:15.
The last section, the documentary screening, will begin at 19:30. Supported by Documentary Club, RGB follows a wonderful life story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the US Supreme Court and a leading voice for gender equality, women's interests, as well as civil rights and liberties.