Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Happy International Women's Day: Manchester People's Assembly Against Austerity

I wish you great success in whichever International Women's Day events you are supporting and celebrating today,  Tonight the public meeting of Manchester People's Assembly Against Austerity presents Sister Resisters Women and Austerity 7pm at Central Methodist Hall on Oldham Street.

"On International Women's Day, Manchester People's Assembly invites everyone to discuss the impact that austerity and cuts has on women and to celebrate the central role of women - sister resisters - in the anti-austerity movement, and other progressive movements.

Aderonke Apata - Human Rights Activist, Feminist, LGBT Equality Advocate. and founder of African Rainbow Family, an organisation that supports LGBTIQ asylum seekers and people of African heritage in UK and campaigning for the Repeal of the toxic Nigerian Anti-LGBTIQ Law.
Gail Heath - CEO Women's Aid
Sandhya Sharma - Safety4Sisters (Northwest)
Dr. Ali Ronan - historian and feminist activist
Nicole May - poet
Warp and Weft - yarn-bombing male statues with crocheted masks of women ignored by his-story

Everyone welcome! Be inspired! Take action! Take to the streets!"


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