Women Take the Stage is a multi-ethnic virtual concert & rally that first aired on Aug. 26, 2020, the centennial of the 19th amendment. Designed to increase voting by and for women, it's an entertaining, enlightening and empowering tour of American women's fight for equality. Watch the archive version here.
For 4 years, the 1@1 Minute for Women's Equality has united women in a 1-minute act of solidarity. At 1 PM ET on the day when most U.S. cities held a Women's March, hundreds of thousands joined wherever they were for 1 minute to focus on achieving equality for women.
The Women’s Equality Video Project Is a collection of 55 1-minute videos created in 2017 and 2018 from compelling activists, thought leaders, and powerhouse women. Designed to stave off burnout and complacency, they're a bite-size chunk of revolution for the overwhelmed.
1@1 Productions began after the shocking result of the 2016 presidential election and the subsequent announcement of the Women’s March. It became clear that many women who needed the energy of the march would be unable to attend, so we devised a way to unite marchers and non-marchers everywhere. On Jan. 21, 2017 at 1 PM EST, 500,000+ people around the world connected for the 1@1 Minute for Women's Equality after Gloria Steinem invited all to join from the stage of the DC Women’s March.
Karen is based in San Francisco, where she's a communications expert for the tech industry. Her passion is applying her written and visual communication skills to women's equality issues, particularly the advancement of women in tech.
Friends since 1984, when Karen started deejaying at DC's Nightclub 9:30 where Aly bartended, the founders of 1@1 Productions draw from an extensive network of activists and musicians to orchestrate actions and events.