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Friday, April 30, 2010

ESP in Manhattan

We will be at the 92Y Tribeca (the Tribeca branch of the 92nd Street Y) in a few weeks!  If you're in Manhattan or nearby, we would love to see you.  The event is called "Equally Shared Parenting: Finishing the Unfinished Revolution" and is a panel discussion with:
  • Us
  • Kathleen Gerson, NYU sociologist and author of the fantastic The Unfinished Revolution: How a New Generation is Reshaping Family, Work, and Gender in America
  • Manhattan ESP couple Annie and John Feighery, who are featured in our book (if you've read it, you'll recognize them as the ones who gave up John's astronaut track career at NASA for a life of equal parenting with their three children and balance as Columbia graduate students - and count their blessings every day)
  • Lisa Belkin, New York Times reporter and author of its Motherlode blog...and of course our book's Foreword writer and the author of the New York Times Magazine article that got the whole world talking about ESP.
We are so excited to spend an evening in the company of two of our dear mentors and with our inspiring friends John and Annie (one of the very best parts of writing our book was meeting wonderful ESP couples) - and hopefully YOU!

The 92Y event will be at 7:00pm on Thursday May 27th.  Tickets are required ($12); directions and details can be found here.


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