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



Saturday, February 23, 7:00pm
Black History Month Forum
Fighting Racism on the Job


Photos: Ann Arbor, MI 2012 (left); Seattle, WA 1963 (right).

Speakers:



Markisha Dixon


 Protech union Local 17 and Seattle Silence Breaker member standing up to race and sex discrimination facing workers at the City of Seattle.



Tamasha Emedi

Teacher at Hazel Valley Elementary and Building Representative to Highline Education Association striving to diversify teaching staff and eliminate prejudice in schools.



 John Frazier

President of Washington Federation of State Employees Local 3488 and leader in the struggle for equality and respect at Harborview and UW medical centers.



Christina López

Teamsters Local 763 and immigrant rights activist, coordinator of the Comrades of Color Caucus, and affirmative action advocate.



Saturday, Feb. 23, 7pm

Home-cooked Soul Food Dinner 6pm


Door donation $2-$5 sliding scale. Buffet $8-$10



New Freeway Hall 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle

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



For info: 206-722-2453 or FSPseattle@mindspring.com. To arrange childcare or work exchanges, please call two days in advance.



Sponsored by Radical Women & Freedom Socialist Party



Saturday, March 9, 7:00pm
Women’s History Month BOOK LAUNCH
High Voltage Women
Breaking Barriers at Seattle City Light



A compelling account of pioneering electrical tradeswomen whose fight for affirmative action and against job harassment changed their workplace, their union, and their city. Radical Women is incredibly proud of the role played by our founder Clara Fraser and other members in an effort that began in the 1970s and continues today. The book shows how tradeswomen built alliances with men of color, white male union members and office staff to change the culture of management abuse and life-threatening sexism and racism at Seattle City Light.
"This amazing story gives hope and inspiration to women in every workplace." -- Louis Walter, Business Manager, IBEW Local #77

Meet author Ellie Belew and City Light groundbreaker Megan Cornish

No-Host Bar - Refreshments $5-10 donation

Washington State Labor Council Building
321 16th Ave. S., Seattle

Sponsored by: Radical Women, Labor Archives of Washington, Seattle Silence Breakers, Washington Women in Trades

Event information: 206-722-6057, RWseattle@mindspring.com

High Voltage Women is published by
Red Letter Press
$20.00 - 224 pages – photos, index, notes
Books go on sale March 1
Order at www.RedLetterPress.org


Thursday, February 7, 7:00pm
Radical Women organizing meeting
Looking for Action?



Connect with a multi-racial group of feminists! This gathering will feature an analysis of Womxn’s March activities and updates on current activities such as fighting sexual harassment and discrimination at the City of Seattle. Bring your ideas and energy. Everyone welcome.

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 - RWSeattle@mindspring.com - facebook.com/RWseattle



March with socialist feminists!
Join thousands of feminists and activists taking to the streets for a protest weekend

Saturday, January 19 at 9:00 am

“Building Power” Seattle Womxn’s March

Rally at Cal Anderson, 1635 11th Ave., Seattle, then march to Seattle Center.



Radical Women is part of the Revolutionary Feminist Contingent along with many other organizations. The contingent has adopted anti-capitalist, multi-issued demands such as full reproductive freedom, universal healthcare, tax the rich, no border walls, ending all forms of bigotry and more. The contingent stands for creating a just, socialist world.



Look for the 'Revolutionary Feminist Contingent' banner and meet up with the contingent on the south side of Cal Anderson Park at 9:00am. Find out more information here. 


Sunday, January 20 at 10:00 am

Be part of a Women's march and rally led by Indigenous women bringing awareness to the epidemic Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirits (LGBTQ+).



Occidental Square, 117 S. Washington St. Seattle


Monday, January 21 at 9:30 am

“Affirmative Action = Justice" Martin Luther King Jr. Day workshops, rally and march at Garfield High School, 400 23rd Ave., Seattle.
 


· Workshops 9:30-10:50 am

· Rally in Gymnasium 11:00 am- 12:30 pm

· March to Downtown 12:30-1:30 pm

· Rally at March destination, 4th & Pine St, 1:30-2:45 pm



Check out the two workshops Radical Women members will be speaking at:
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"City of Seattle Silence Breakers: Putting a stop to harassment & discrimination"

-"Building Unity Against the Racist Alt-Right"



For more information on MLK activities, go here.

To meet up with Radical Women: 206-722-6057
Connect with a multi-racial group of feminists! This gathering will feature an analysis of Womxn’s March activities and updates on current activities such as fighting sexual harassment and discrimination at the City of Seattle. Bring your ideas and energy. Everyone welcome. 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 - RWseattle@mindspring.com - facebook.com/RWseattle/