NYC: Should the women's movement take up the anti-racist struggle?

January 15, 2017 at 2pm - 4pm
Justice Center en el Barrio
1637 Park Ave
New York, NY 10029
United States
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Over the last 10 years, there has been an increased attack on women's rights ranging from anti-abortion legislation to limiting access to birth control to cutting social services. This past week, right-wing Republicans and Christian fundamentalists in Congress have been pushing a budget reconciliation bill that will repeal the Affordable Care Act, which has some progressive measures, and defund Planned Parenthood. This a direct assault on women's reproductive and social rights. 

We know we need to build a multi-national women's movement that's anti-racist and tackles the root cause of our oppression, capitalism. In order to better understand how to build this movement, we will study the movements of the past and dispel ideas that obstruct such organizing and lead to division among our ranks. Join us as we address the question of how fighting racism as a key struggle within the women's movement will strengthen the movement overall.

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Taylor Williams Rothbell Shewit Sereke Zerai Jessie Slater Samantha Norman Sasha Murphy Shaniqua Pippen Marko Brogda Aryn Kyle Karina Garcia Michael Chrisemer Joyce Wilcox Karla Reyes Monica Cruz Rachel Field Sapphira Lurie Nyasha Franklin Carlos Souza Nunes Juan Peralta Rosalia Carrera Maria Sepulveda

Who's RSVPing

Taylor Williams Rothbell
Shewit Sereke Zerai
Jessie Slater
Samantha Norman
Sasha Murphy
Shaniqua Pippen
Marko Brogda
Aryn Kyle
Karina Garcia
Michael Chrisemer
Joyce Wilcox
Karla Reyes
Monica Cruz
Rachel Field
Sapphira Lurie
Nyasha Franklin
Carlos Souza Nunes
Juan Peralta
Rosalia Carrera
Maria Sepulveda

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