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Socialist Feminism 101

July 28, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm UTC+0

To help educate our chapter membership on socialist feminism and the ways that socialist feminist perspectives can aid in our organizing, the Socialist Feminist Working Group is conducting an educational event entitled “Socialist Feminism 101.” This event will focus on making the theory and practice behind socialist feminism accessible to chapter members who may not have any theoretical or experiential background in the subject. It will be a “crash course,” introducing the essential concepts of socialist feminist theory and praxis. The event is open to all chapter and community members, but is particularly geared towards people who have no background in socialist feminism (especially cisgender men!) who can benefit from learning the advantages of socialist feminist approaches in our organizing, our chapter administration, and our daily lives. If you are interested in attending, feel free to come with questions for our question and answer session, “Everything you ever wanted to know about socialist feminism but were afraid to ask!”


The meeting venue is wheelchair accessible, light refreshments will be provided, and we are planning on offering childcare. We are dedicated to making this event as accessible as possible, so attendees interested in childcare or who need any other type of accommodations should please contact us in advance!


Also, we’ll be discussing this reading during part of our group discussion, so we wanted to give people time to read it before Saturday!



July 28, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm




Manning Branch Library
6 S. Hoyne Ave.
Chicago, IL 60612 United States
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