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The pandemic may have changed the way we work, but it hasn’t stopped us!
We’re staying safe and Zooming, instead of meeting in person for the time being.                        
Our programs are always informative and interesting. Join us!

Great Decisions to meet by Zoom

Monday, November 30

3:30 pm

America’s Uneven Approach to AI and its Consequences

Global growth is slowing, and not surprisingly, many policymakers hope that Artificial Intelligence will provide a magic solution.

Policymakers in many countries are developing plans and funding research in artificial intelligence (AI). Global growth is slowing, and not surprisingly, many policymakers hope that AI will provide a magic solution. The EU, Brazil, and other Western countries have adopted regulations that grant users greater control over their data and require that firms using AI be transparent about how they use it. Will the U.S. follow suit?

Please contact us to get the link


Literature Study Group to  meet by Zoom

December 14

10:30 am

“Such a Fun Age,” by Kiley Reid.  Is a story of a young black woman who is wrongly accused of kidnapping a white child while babysitting, and the events that follow it. Reid was pursuing her MFA at the University of Iowa during the death of Freddie Gray.  She was “absolutely inspired by the everyday terror” but in the novel, she wanted to explore “instances of racial biases that don’t end in violence, highlighting those moments that we don’t see on the news but still exist every day.”

See a presentation by the author

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If you missed our October Joint Meeting g with the League of Women Voters, please enjoy our program with Trent Tomengo,

Knowing to Remembering.



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Due to health and safety concerns surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19),  AAUW Daytona Beach in-person events  have been postponed.  We continue to meet online and through Zoom.

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 The Daytona Beach branch of AAUW –

  • Supports scholarships for Women in Transition and STEM at Daytona State College
  • Sponsors rising 8th Grade girls to attend Tech Trek Florida
  • Provides opportunities for college women to attend the National Conference of College Student Leaders.
  • Started the first Children’s Museum in Daytona Beach in 1949
  • Inventoried and archived the contents of the Mary McLeod Bethune Home Museum so it could achieve national museum status
  • Encouraged the building of City Island Library

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