Inside New York's Social Club for Influential Women

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On Nov. 13, the Sunday following the election of President-elect Donald Trump, roughly 300 women gathered to "sit shiva" and "scheme" at The Wing, a newly established women's-only social club and co-working space in New York. The event was pulled together at the last minute, after the surprising results, as a way for women in the community to "heal, process, reflect and form new alliances," read a sign posted in the elevator of The Wing's building in the Flatiron district.

Inside, representatives from the Working Families Party, Planned Parenthood and the New York Civil Liberties Union spoke with attendees about resources the groups needed and how the women could get involved.



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