March 6: International Women’s Day: 108 Years of Struggle

Tuesday, March 6
7:00 p.m.
Common Good Cafe
(Downstairs at the University Temple United Methodist Church)
1415 NE 43rd St.
Seattle, WA 98105

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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!

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