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By Diogenes (articles ) | Nov 06, 2004

Where can you find an inclusive, caring, woman-centered dialogue on socially responsible investing? -- "Émile, another banana daiquiri, please" -- why, at the Ms. Magazine Post-Election Cruise, of course! From November 13-20 the MS Zaandam will be calling on such hotbeds of feminist consciousness as Tortola, St. Thomas, and Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas. Featured speakers include Eleanor Smeal (FFM), Kim Gandy (NOW), and Carol Moseley-Braun. In addition to socially sensitive investment techniques, the program promises "feminist land excursions," an Election 2004 Analysis, and a discussion of the Da Vinci Code Effect. It's not too late to sign up.

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