Seattle, Washington
New Freeway Hall
5018 Rainier Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98118
Tel: 206-722-6057
Facebook: Radical Women Seattle

Order by December 1st!
Fabulous Feminist Holiday Bake Sale

Radical Women’s gastronomic delights are back by popular demand! Let us do the cooking so you can delight coworkers, family and friends while helping the fight for women’s rights and social justice. Scroll down to place your order for scrumptious homemade cookies or delectable roast nuts.

We’d love to have your help! It’s loads of fun and all skill levels are welcome. Join the baking team by emailing or calling 206-722-6057. Bakers will work together on evenings and weekends at New Freeway Hall during the first weeks of December. Arrangements can also be made for weekday shifts.

Pick up your treats at the Bake Sale Open House:
New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle,
Friday, Dec. 14, 5-8:30pm
Saturday, Dec. 15 from 10am – 5pm and
Monday, Dec. 17 from 5-8:30

(Contact Radical Women at to request other pickup arrangements)

Mondays, beginning Monday, November 5
Weekly feminist reading circle
Socialist Feminism:
A Roadmap to Organizing in the Trump Era

Are you fuming mad about women's treatment today? Do you want to know what it will take for working-class women and all who are oppressed under capitalism to win full liberation from patriarchy? Be part of this weekly reading group that examines how it can be done! Participants will analyze writings on socialist feminism from many sources including pioneering thinkers, explorations by feminists of color and LGBTQ sisters, and international perspectives. Help strategize on how to incorporate these lessons into activism today. Everyone welcome.

Mondays, 7:00-8:30 pm
Light snacks at 6:45 pm for donation.

1903 NE 82nd St., Seattle
North of the University District. Near the #73 bus.

For information, 206-722-6057 - -

Thursday, November 15, 7:00pm
No More Stolen Sisters!

Washington State ranks fourth in the nation for the rate of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. This is an epidemic across the state and the U.S. that has been ignored by authorities and elected officials. Come to this meeting to hear from local Native American activist Earth-Feather Sovereign and others from the Seattle-area Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's group who are organizing to bring attention and solutions to this crisis.

6:30 Supper, with vegan options, $8.50 donation

New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
On #7 bus. A short walk east from Columbia City light rail station.

For information or childcare, call 206-722-6057 •

Thursday, October 25 6:30-8:30pm
Women in the Movement:
A Conversation on How Women Influence Activism Yesterday and Today

Northwest African American Museum 2300 S. Massachusetts Ave

Vanetta Molson Turner, one of the original members of the Seattle chapter of the Black Panther Party. She applauded Radical Women for never taking a hiatus from organizing since its founding in 1967.

Nikkita Oliver, is a Seattle-based creative, teaching artist, and anti-racist organizer. She is an attorney and holds a Masters of Education from the University of Washington as of March 2016 where she studied racial disproportionality and disparate impact in school exclusion. Nikkita is a writer-in-residence with Writers in the Schools at Washington Middle School, leads writing workshops with Arts Corp at Garfield High School, and is a teaching artist and case manager with Creative Justice, an arts-based youth diversion program that provides alternatives to incarceration for youth who are court involved.

Megan Cornish became a supporter of the Black Panther Party in the 1960s and a member of Radical Women in the early 70s. She has fought for equal hiring and treatment for people of color and women from the construction industry to Seattle City Light. She was one of 10 hired into the multiracial Electrical Trades Trainee program for women at City Light in 1974 and currently represents Radical Women in Seattle Silence Breakers, a multiracial organization of city employees and community members fighting sexual and racial harassment and discrimination in city employment and beyond.

Azura Tyabji, born and raised in Seattle, serves as its 2018/19 Youth Poet Laureate. As a writer, spoken word performer, facilitator, and educator, what motivates every aspect of her artistic practice is a love for community, justice, and healing. If her words leave you feeling hopeful, empowered, or thinking deeper, she has achieved her goal as a poet. She hopes to continue challenging and expanding her craft and giving back to the city that inspires her. She is 18 years old and a graduate from Nova High School.

Free admission. For more information, contact Northwest African American Museum: 206-518-6000 or via email:

Thursday, October 18, 7:00pm
Looking for action?
Get connected with revolutionary feminists

This Radical Women gathering will be full of thought-provoking topics. The evening will feature updates on current activities including fighting sexual harassment and discrimination in Seattle Silence Breakers. There will also be a discussion on solutions for winning equality as put forth in the the pamphlet, Which Road towards Women’s Liberation: A Radical Vanguard or a Single-Issue Coalition? Share your ideas and connect with a multi-racial group of feminists eager to change the world!

6:30 Supper, with vegan options, $8.50

New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
4 blocks south of S. Alaska St., on #7 busline. A short walk east from Columbia City light rail station.

For info or childcare, call 206-722-6057 • •