Lt. Governor's Office hosted Jennifer Siebel Newsom & Planned Parenthood Exhibit


(SACRAMENTO) - On Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California's (PPAC) annual Capitol Day, the Lt. Governor's Office hosted PPAC's "THIS IS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE" Exhibit with Jennifer Siebel Newsom in attendance.

"THIS IS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE" (TIWIFL) is an auditory and interactive art exhibit that turns the table on harassment by allowing participants to experience being on the receiving end of catcalls and street harassment that women frequently encounter. This powerful art installation by Terra Lopez recreates the every day experiences and fear that women face in order to promote understanding and stop misogynistic behavior in our culture.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Founder and CEO of The Representation Project

Planned Parenthood's "THIS IS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE" Exhibit

Monday, June 11, 2018
9:00am 4:30pm PT

Office of the Lt. Governor, Room 1114
California State Capitol
Sacramento, CA 95814

PPAC's Annual Lobby Day theme was "Equity, Justice, Action" and was held at Sacramento's Sheraton Grand. Jennifer Siebel Newsom keynoted Planned Parenthood's Capitol Day at 12:30pm to address the Trump Administration's recent Title X funding announcement and to discuss activism in our current culture.