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March 2021

Women Rise Up Globally Against Femicide: International Women’s Day Celebration

March 13, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm PST

This international Zoom celebration of the socialist-inspired day to honor working women will bring together feminists of different nations and regions to discuss the massive cross-border upsurge in defense of women’s lives and address how to stop the epidemic of violence against women. Register in advance Speakers: AMELIA KIRK-HARKIN, Australia, union activist, tradeswoman and artist, Melbourne Radical Women ERÉNDIRA MUNGUÍA, Mexico, college mathematics professor, Partido Obrero Socialista (Socialist Workers Party) EARTH-FEATHER SOVEREIGN, Confederated Colville Tribes, founder of Missing and Murdered…

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August 2021

Women’s Rights Day Online Event – The inspiring global fight for reproductive justice

August 28, 2021 @ 1:00 pm PDT
Online United States

Speakers include Paula Carbajal of Mujeres por la Libertad in Neuquén, Argentina, an educator, historian, and abortion rights activist; Ellen Dillon of Limerick, Ireland, a poet, teacher, and organizer in the movement to repeal anti-abortion law; and Susan Massey of U.S. Radical Women in Phoenix, Arizona, a feminist mathematician in health research, Radical Women. Chairing will be Nga Bui, an anti-fascist organizer in New York City. Sat., Aug. 28, 1pm PT, 3pm CT, 4pm ET Register at Sponsored by Radical…

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March 2022

International Women’s Day Celebration – STILL WE RISE: Women Rebel Against All Odds

March 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm PST

An uplifting appraisal of the courageous resistance of sisters in struggle at home and abroad, punctuated by poetry and song. Speaker Maudie Osborne filmmaker, radio presenter, and Radical Women member in Retail and Fast Food Workers Union, Melbourne, Australia Maya Angelou’s poem “Still I Rise” read by Merri Ann Osborne, Seattle-based actor and director of the Mahogany Project “Women of the World,” read by the author, renowned San Francisco poet-activist Nellie Wong Zoom event • Register in advance Sat., March 12, 4pm PST /…

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