Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Around the country, many communities are planning activities. Two days later, Americans will stop and remember the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, where Dr.
These three confessional plays will have you laughing-out-loud, in tears and soul searching at the same time. Join us for an intimate, unique experience as we delve into the challenges and preconceptions that women face. The Immigrant written by Oneness Sankara.
Entertainment with live music and games, fruit carving, a saree workshop, a raffle and a drama showcasing the importance of promoting more opportunities for women. Pit house to Politics March Open daily 11am-6pm Free This exhibition looks at the women in the national miners' strike, who came out in support of their husbands and the village collieries, and how it changed their lives.
Each woman is photographed outside their front door, representing the change they had experienced after the strike. The images themselves are photogravures with screen printed text from audio interviews, documenting life before and after the strike.
The subject matter is personal to Vanessa whose father and grandfather were coalminers, and who remembers the impact the strike had on her family. Talk Saturday 17 March 2pm. Over the past years local women have brought about change in their community and in wider society through political campaigns, individual action, peaceful protest, direct action, and the arts.
Discover the inspiring stories of women who made a difference in the borough and beyond across issues ranging from education, workers rights, healthcare, domestic violence, to the peace movement and police relations.
This exhibition tells the story of women-led activism in Hackney from to the present day.
Feminism in Theatre 2pm At the Feminist Library we intend to celebrate the modern movement throughout this anniversary year, starting with this event, which marks our 43rd birthday! So come and celebrate with us. Hear women who have been involved with iconic publishing such as Spare Rib magazine and Sheba Feminist Publishing; feminist publishing in Africa and publishing feminist zines.
Find out about feminist publishing today — and most importantly, eat cake! Shoreditch High St Stn www. It gives them a space to share their stories and everyone else a place to listen, engage and learn. Nyla Levy is a theatre maker with a passion for creating politically fuelled and emotionally centred plays.
Free A touring exhibition from the Southbank Centre. Free Group exhibition by women artists: This is a major new commission and the first solo exhibition in an institution by the artist.
The completed mural will be on view from 1 March and a programme of weekly events will take place in the pub.
NOT 4 the corporatized. Resident ensemble Degenerate Fox create new material to add to the Menu each week, making an ever changing smorgasbord of theatrical delights. Come and be part of it. Deadline Monday 12 March 7. Your banners will be completed by Becci and become part of a collection of modern banners.
What Is It Like To Be A Woman 2pm-4pm Free Join Christina Simpson in this workshop to discuss what it is like to be a woman in society, consider how famous women in history are portrayed, debate beauty, identity and self-esteem.
Finally asking how you see yourself and how to build confidence within us all. Participants will think about why they want to write and what they want to say. Exploring life themes we will consider what we can or are afraid to say.
Everyone will outline a short story they have identified to take home with them.
Suffragette, Socialist and Scourge of Empire 2pm-4pm Free A hundred years after the first women won the right to vote, this event explores the contribution of the socialist suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst.The National Women’s History Project is a U.S.
non-profit organization (c)(3) that recognizes and celebrates the diverse and historic accomplishments of women by providing informational services and educational and promotional materials.
Struggle for Women's Rights and Civil Rights Linked for racial equality is intertwined in the fight for women's equality in our country's history. by these amendments and they continued. Jan 3 Wednesday pm, Tustin: OC for Climate Action Planning Meeting @ REI, El Camino Real Our January planning meeting will again be a joint meeting with OC Clean Power and Climate Action OC.
Due to the holidays, this meeting will be on the first Wednesday in January, rather than our normal first Tuesday. Get the latest international news and world events from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and more.
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citizen or permanent resident who is majoring or planning to major in physics, and who is a high school senior, college freshman, or sophomore is eligible to apply for the scholarship.
What are women’s human rights? Women’s rights are the fundamental human rights that were enshrined by the United Nations for every human being on the planet nearly 70 years ago.