- Category: New York Women's Liberation
Reserve Third Tuesdays 7-9pm @ the Commons in Brooklyn (map) for our monthly meetings.
Next Meeting: Tues., July 21 7:00-9:00
National Women's Liberation and Redstockings teamed up to recreate a vintage 1969 "This Oppresses Women" sticker, and have been distributing them to women at protests, their monthly meetings and other venues.
- Category: Events
As women of color, we are involved in various struggles for freedom and social justice. As a result we often find ourselves working with or in solidarity with white allies. Join the Women of Color Caucus for a meeting on Thursday, June 4 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss our experiences organizing in mixed-race groups or coalitions (successes, challenges, etc.). We will also be discussing the following readings:
- Feminism and Black Nationalism by Myrna Hill, April 2, 1971, The Militant, New York City.
- Coalition Politics: Turning the Century by Bernice Johnson Reagon, 1983, Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology, Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press.
- Category: Press
NWL organizer Candi Churchill (pictured second from left) is quoted in the article below: “(Change is) not going to happen because we’re on the street corner one day,” she said. “We have to build a movement.”
From Alligator.org: Horns blared and engines revved Tuesday night on the corner of 13th Street and West University Avenue while protesters clustered on the corner of campus cheered.
The group gathered to protest a Senate bill that would require women to go through a 24-hour waiting period before getting an abortion.
The protest, which was co-sponsored by the National Organization for Women and National Women’s Liberation, lasted from 5 to about 6:45 p.m. (continue reading)
4.21.15 - Picket Against the Increasing Punishment and Prosecution of Women for Our Ability to Get Pregnant
- Category: Gainesville Women's Liberation (GWL)
Join National Women's Liberation and Gainesville Area NOW to picket against the increasing punishment and prosecution of women by politicians, our police, and court system who are supposed to work for all the people.
When: Tues., April 21 @ 5pm (will go to 6:30pm)
Where: SW Corner of Univ. Ave and 13th St.
We will make signs before the picket on April 21
@ Wild Iris, 22 E 5th Ave from 2:30-4:30pm
And save the date for our follow-up meeting:
Thursday, May 7th, 2015 @ 6:30-7:30pm
National Women’s Liberation Strategy Meeting
@ 14 E Univ. Ave (by the University Club, downtown)