We’ll talk control, media justice, self-determination and movement building with Andrea Quijada –a Xicana, queer, media literacy activist focusing on “digital justice” in particular, what makes “Internet Neutrality” very much a feminist issue and what we can do to shape our own narratives.
We’re bringing you “Sister Days: 365 Inspired Moments in African American Women’s History” with Janus Adams, feminist radio pioneer, historian and author of the trilogy “Glory Days” on African-American history. We’ll explore cycles of history and human rights and stories we guarantee you’ve never heard!
And, we’re celebrating working class women rebels who mobilize against exploitation, poverty and war with Muffy Sunde from Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party who has lots to say about the significance all year round of International Women’s Day!
Join us this Wednesday night at 7pm! This is what feminism sounds like!
(left: Janus Adams; middle: Andrea Quijada; right: Radical Women)