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Seattle Radical Women Activities



Sunday April 11, 11:30am

Picket against white supremacy!

Counter-protest at Westlake Park

huge crowd sitting down in the street with a black man holding a picket sign saying White Supremacy is terrorism

Ultra-right groups have called for Sunday, April 11, to be a national day of “White Lives Matter” rallies, including in Seattle at Westlake at 1pm. It is no accident that they are gathering to flaunt their racist ideology during the trial of George Floyd’s murderer, which is also a time of increased violence and misogyny against Asian Americans and the inhumane detention of refugee children at the border.

Together we can stop these bigots! Bring signs, banners, noisemakers, and chants to shout out the racists and outright fascists.

Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle

Sponsored by Stand Against White Supremacy Coalition
Facebook event here.

If you or your organization would like to endorse this action, use this form.

For information, contact us at standagainstwhitesupremacy@gmail.com or call 971-267-5201.


Thursday, April 15, 4:30-6:30pm
Sidewalk mobilization to tell state legislators:

Tax the rich to aid poor and working people!

Huge white cloth banner held up inside the state capitol - (in red) Tax the Rich. Stop the Cuts (in black) to Poor and Working People

Make some noise at a rush-hour sign-waving action on the traditional April 15 Tax Day. While the state legislature is still in session, let’s raise the demand to lawmakers that millionaires and billionaires should be paying a state income tax. We will also stand in solidarity with state workers at a nearby Department of Social and Health Services office. Drop by to add your signature to a letter to legislators telling them not to adjourn until they tax the rich!

The much-needed funds should be directed to:
--Funding for 24/7 childcare, healthcare, food, housing, jobs, and all services needed by working and poor women (and all working people).

--Money to rehire state workers who have been laid off and reverse the cutbacks. Increase state workers’ wages and expand hiring for those state sectors that need it the most.

--Money for PPE and additional supplies for COVID. Safe working conditions for all frontline workers.

On corner of S. Graham St. & MLK Way Jr. S., Seattle

Sponsored by Radical Women

Information: RWseattle@mindspring.comfacebook.com/RWseattle • 206-722-6057


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

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

Book cover <i>The Revolution Question</i> 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

Register at: https://tinyurl.com/RWRevQuestion
Download syllabus here


For information: 206-722-6057 • rwseattle@mindspring.comradicalwomen.org www.facebook.com/RWseattle