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Sunday, May 3, 2:00pm
May Day Celebration & Book Launch Party for
Talking Back: Voices of Color
Local authors of color, Norma Gallegos, Nancy Reiko Kato, Moises Montoya, Duciana Thomas, Nellie Wong and Merle Woo, contributors to a dynamic new anthology featuring voices of youth, feminists, political prisoners, immigrants, LGBTQ, and history-makers, will be on hand to spotlight their writings, sign books and lead a celebration of May Day.
Marcus Books, 3900 MLK Jr. Way, Oakland
(at 39th St., 2 blocks from MacArthur BART).
Sponsored by Marcus Books and the Comrades of Color Caucus of Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party.
For information, 415-864-1278, firstname.lastname@example.org • Socialism.com • RadicalWomen.org
Saturday, February 21 at 6:00pm
Black History Month Event
End the Siege on Black Lives
Come strategize around critical issues of race and resistance. Speakers will kick off an open conversation on how to sustain the movement against police violence and address poverty, jobs, gentrification and schools.
Steena Wright, with the Black Woman Coalition at Mills College, organizer of Womyn of Color Forum at City College of San Francisco
Thea Matthews, President of Black Student Union at City College of San Francisco and collaborator on Queers Come Out for #BlackLivesMatter demonstration
Duciana Thomas, co-convener of “Sisterhood and Solidarity”, a discussion group on multi-racial organizing, and Coordinator of the Comrades of Color Caucus of RW and FSP
Door donation $2.00 (work exchanges and sliding scale available). A home-cooked Southern supper is served at 8:00pm for an $8 donation.
Rafiki Wellness Center, 601 Cesar Chavez St. (3 blocks from 3rd St. T-Muni), San Francisco
Wheelchair accessible. On-site childcare provided.
Sponsored by Comrades of Color Caucus of Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party.
For more information call 415-864-1278, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.radicalwomen.org. www.socialism.com. To arrange childcare or work exchanges, call two days ahead.
Wednesday, January 28, 7:00pm
Radical Women Public Meeting
Young Women of Color Inspire
a New Protest Upsurge
Black and Brown women students and youthful queers are proving to be the backbone of demonstrations against police violence sweeping the country. And they are demanding that the new movements tackle not just race discrimination but gender injustice and LGBTQ bigotry. Add your thoughts on this exciting development of multi-issue feminist organizing. Everyone welcome!
A home-cooked supper is served at 6:15pm for a $7.50 donation.
New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk Street, San Francisco
(Near Civic Center Bart and on #19, 31, 38, 47 & 49 Muni bus lines)
For more information or childcare, call 415-864-1278 or email
email@example.com or visit www.radicalwomen.org
Saturday, January 24, 1:00pm
Defend Reproductive Rights!
Protest the Reactionary “Walk for Life”
Meet at 1:00pm at Market & Steuart St, SF
(near Embarcadero BART/Muni)
Reproductive Rights Are Everyone's Human Rights!
Demand full reproductive rights and choices for all – from free, safe abortion to quality free childcare to healthy environments and an end to forced sterilization – at a counter-demonstration to the “Walk For Life—West Coast” march. The “Walk for Life” is an annual event organized by the Catholic Church around Roe v. Wade Day, the commemoration of legalized abortion in the United States. Rebel Voices - a socialist feminist student group at SFSU, Bay Area Radical Women, and Bay Area Freedom Socialist Party will be counter-demonstrating as thousands of anti-woman forces march through downtown San Francisco. Stand up for women’s right to control their own lives without interference from the church or the state!
Bring a picket sign and chants!
Also you’re invited to attend a picket sign/banner and t-shirt making party at New Valencia Hall on Sunday, January 11th at 2:00 P.M.; the address is 747 Polk Street (at Ellis) near Civic Center in SF. For further questions or more information please contact us at 415-864-1278 or firstname.lastname@example.org