A Feminist Survival Guide to Seattle
When: Friday, October 23 at 7:30pm (dinner at 6:30)
Where: New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave S., Seattle
Cost: Door donation $1-$3. dinner for $8.50
No matter where you turn, women are under attack — in the home, the workplace and the halls of Congress. Full reproductive justice, an end to domestic abuse, stopping racist violence and shutting down the prison industrial complex are just a few of the demands women are championing. Panelists will talk about these ideas and more.
Acquanda Stanford – coordinator of Seattle Black Feminists and graduate student in anthropology whose work and research focuses on breastfeeding among Black and African Americans in the U.S.
Hilary Bowker – prevention educator for a domestic violence agency. She brings a socialist feminist analysis to what is needed to end intimate partner abuse.
Sylvia Sabon – an Alaskan Native and community activist against police violence. She is the aunt of Oscar Perez-Giron who was killed by light rail cops.