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The Scene was our Illinois arts & culture podcast through 2017. Rachel Otwell curated the podcast which provided full-length stories and follow-ups, links to other reports, and conversations with you.This podcast contained a range of stories from the world of arts & culture, from visual art to Springfield's DIY music scene, to profiles of interesting local characters. The podcast was about what makes artists tick, and the diverse culture that exists within our community.

"Dining For Women" Leaders Talk Gender Inequality In Springfield

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There are many ways to get involved with a charity or social justice group. But what if you could combine those efforts with food? That’s exactly what the national organization called “Dining For Women” does. With hundreds of chapters that meet, it helps fundraise for women in developing countries - where it's been shown that if you invest in the women of a community - your dollars stretch further.

A founder and the director of Dining For Women will be meeting in Springfield tomorrow night.

 
We spoke with a member of the group from Springfield, Anne Capestrain, about it:
 

 
CLICK HERE for more information about the DFW event at 7pm in Springfield on Tuesday Nov. 10th.
 

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