Seattle, Washington
New Freeway Hall
5018 Rainier Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98118
Tel: 206-722-6057
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 7:00pm
Chelsea Manning release celebration!

Veterans for Peace, and co-hosts Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party, will hold a celebration on the day courageous antiwar whistle-blower and transgender warrior Chelsea Manning is released from prison. While serving in the U.S. Army, Manning provided Wikileaks with classified documents hoping to start a worldwide discussion about U.S. human rights violations and war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since her conviction, she has suffered nearly four years in a male prison while demanding and winning accommodations to her desire to transition as a female. Her 35-year sentence was commuted by President Obama in his last days in office. Veterans for Peace has organized contingents in the last six LGBTQ Pride Parades in Seattle to raise awareness about Chelsea's unjust incarceration.

Toasts to Chelsea's freedom will be given. Refreshments will be served. Everyone welcome!

New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave S.
On the #7 busline. Six blocks from the Columbia City light rail station.

Sponsored by Veterans for Peace. Co-hosted by Radical Women & Freedom Socialist Party.

For more info:

Sunday, May 21, 12:00 pm
Public Panel
Socialism and Feminism in (and out of) the Workplace

Panel: Kathi Weeks, Charu Charusheela, Jaleh Mansoor, Megan Cornish (Radical Women)

The workplace is a key site where gender is enforced, performed, and created--for example through the decision about what is considered men’s work and what women’s work. It’s also a site that has sparked theoretical battles over the question of which category is more determining in the last instance--class or gender. If, as Kathi Weeks points out, any conception of class as a gender and race-blind category interferes with “the ability to register the contours of even narrowly economic hierarchies,” what model accurately describes the way class and gender interact and intertwine? What’s the best way to struggle against the gender-differentiated wage without mythologizing the work ethic? How can the struggle be expanded beyond the workplace to factor in what Italian feminists in the Wages for Housework movement identified as the unwaged feminine labor that capitalism depends on for its reproduction?

Radical Women and Red May are happy to co-sponsor a discussion of both the durable bonds between Socialism and Feminism and the historic points of conflict between them.

A reception will be held after the panel is over.

New Freeway Hall 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
On the #7 busline. Six blocks from the Columbia City light rail station.

For more info see Red May website:

Or contact Radical Women at 206-722-6057 •

2nd & 4th Saturdays, through August 12, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Radical Women discussion circle
Gender and Race: Collision or Comradeship?
Writings by front-running feminists of color

This is a great time to join the discussion group and be inspired by the dynamic ideas and bold visions of women radicals of color, both courageous pioneers and contemporary writer/activists. Their powerful words explore the interconnections between different forms of oppression and point the way toward victory against racism, sexism, homophobia and class oppression. Everyone welcome.

Apr. 8 - Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female

Apr. 22 - First Feminists: Indigenous Women Speak Out

May 13 - Asian and Pacific American Women: Debunking Myths

June 10 - Chicana Feminism: ¡Adelante, Mujer!

June 24 - Arab Feminists on the Frontlines

July 8 - Lesbians of Color: Fighting on All Fronts

July 22 - Immigrant and Refugee Women Confront Border Politics

August 12 - Moving Feminism from Reform to Revolution

Facilitator: Christina López
Chicana activist for immigrant rights and reproductive justice

Saturdays, 3:00 – 4:30pm

Seattle Public Library - High Point Branch
3411 SW Raymond St., Seattle

Readings will be available at the gatherings or call Radical Women to get downloadable copies

Sponsored by Radical Women. Info: 206-722-6057