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Seattle Radical Women Activities

Saturday, May 1st, 12:00pm
Join the May Day march & rally called by May 1st Action Coalition:

There is no return to normal!

Essential & Excluded Workers March and Rally for Immigrant and Workers' Rights

poster with photo of masked worker - Essential & Excluded Workers - annual march and rally

Demands include:
-End to the exclusion we have suffered as essential workers during this pandemic
-Immigration reform that includes everyone
-For the right to organize and unionize!
-To end racism and police violence!

Event details here: here.

Saturday, May 1st, 12:00pm
Meet at St. Mary’s Church, 611 20th Ave S., Seattle

March with Radical Women and Freedom Socialist Party contingent and our “Open the Borders” banner!

Yellow banner with orange silhouettes of protesters acros the bottom -saying One hemisphere undivided - Open the Borders

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Thursday, May 20, 7:00pm
Radical Women organizing meeting

Mobilizing to stop white supremacy and violence against Native women

crow of protesters with signs and a white banner saying-Fight as one - End white supremacy and misogyny - No to fascism!

Learn from a seasoned anti-fascist activist about the importance of standing up to the far right and successful strategies for doing it. This meeting features a recent video presentation by Ann Rogers, a Chippewa elder and longtime Radical Women member, on the impressive work of United Front Against Fascism (UFAF) in the 1990s and its lessons for today.

Also on the agenda: Earth-Feather Sovereign, founder of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women – Washington, will discuss the case of Maddesyn George, a young Native woman from the Colville Indian reservation who is facing a second-degree murder charge for defending herself against a violent rapist. Community support is needed!

Be part of these and other important discussions.

Register in advance:

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Feminist Book Circle - Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm beginning Jan. 13

The Revolution Question: Feminisms in El Salvador, Chile and Cuba

Book cover The Revolution Question photo of women in military garb carrying weapons

An inspiring examination of the critical role of women in revolutionary struggles and the relationship of these movements to feminism. Professor Julie Shayne, Coordinator of the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, UW Bothell, describes the courageous part played by women in three Latin American liberation movements from 1950s-90s. Interviews with female participants reveal what women brought to the struggle and whether their hopes for leadership and equality were answered. Learn from this still-fresh history and how it applies to questions of feminist leadership today. Everyone welcome.

Sponsored by Radical Women

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Download syllabus here

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