ISO Event: International Women’s Day: 108 Years of Struggle

March 6, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Common Good Cafe (Downstairs at the University Temple United Methodist Church)
1415 NE 43rd St.
Puget Sound Socialists (ISO)

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March 8 is International Working Women’s Day, and though its revolutionary history is typically overlooked, it was inspired by the struggles of working-class women–and declared by socialist women as part of the fight for working-class self-emancipation.

In 2017, a committee of activists began organizing the International Women’s Strike ( around demands including an end to gender violence, reproductive justice for all, labor rights, full social provisioning, an antiracist and anti-imperialist feminism, and environmental justice for all.

Join us as we celebrate the history of International Women’s Day and strategize about how to fight for women’s rights today!

For background on International Women’s Day, check out:

* A woman’s place is in the revolution (
* International Women’s Day (
* Honoring working women’s struggles (
* Why we’re taking action on March 8 (