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

Thursday, March 21, 7:00pm 

Women’s History Month meeting
John Brown’s Daughter
The Unforgettable Life & Times of Annie Brown Adams

Presentation by Guerry Hoddersen, feminist writer and civil rights veteran

Learn about the radical abolitionist movement and the militant legacy of John Brown who attempted to spark a slave rebellion on the eve of the Civil War. In the stirring history of the raid that he and a small group of Black and white men launched at Harper’s Ferry, Annie Brown Adams’ courageous role is often overlooked. As a 15-year-old, she ran the clandestine house where Brown’s men waited for the call to action. Following the raid, Brown’s wife and daughters suffered poverty and notoriety, but were also powerful symbols of the fight to end slavery in the U.S.

Homestyle Supper (with vegan options available) at 6:30pm for $8.50 donation

New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle

On #7 bus line. Near the Columbia City light rail station.

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

Feminist Discussion Group - Mondays, 6:30pm
10 sessions beginning March 25
High Voltage Women
Breaking Barriers at Seattle City Light

An inspiring new book on affirmative action pioneers who broke gender and race barriers, forged links of solidarity, and moved their union to better represent the entire workforce. Connect to current fights against discrimination and sexual harassment and meet some of the women who made history!
Everyone welcome • Light snacks served for donation at 6:00pm

WA State Labor Council Building, 321 16th Ave. S., Seattle
Just off South Jackson Street. On #14 bus line.

Information: 206-722-6057 • •