After the Women’s March on Washington Which Way Forward? Friday March 24.

Posted: March 20, 2017 in Call to Action, Events, For your information

Socialist Action Forum: 

After the Women’s March on Washington Which Way Forward?

Friday, March 24  


1106 New Britain Ave (Gain Access Via South Quaker Ln to Burgoyne Street) West Hartford, Connecticut 06110

$5 suggested Donation, No one turned away for lack of funds

The massive response to the call for a women’s marchon Washington has raised hopes that we finally have the capacity to build a powerful mass movement,  a mass movement that can defend and advance therights and economic conditions of women and children, especially  from the communities most victimized by racism, Islamophobia, and chauvinism.  What should our priorities be? What kind of movement do we need?  What would women’s full liberation look like? Join us for a discussion of perspectives. 


*Sharlene B. Kerelejza, Executive Director, Chrysalis Domestic Violence Services; organizer of the January 21 Hartford Sister March 

*Gretchen Raffa, Planned Parenthood of Southern New England

Melissa Muldoon, Socialist Action CT 

*Fatima Al Ansar, Trinity College Student, founder of a school for girls in Mali, active in The Women and Gender Resource Action Center

*Grace Montesi, Socialist Action CT

*Shelby Williams, CCSU Black Student Union and Youth for Socialist Action

*Carolina Bortolletto, Leader of CT Students for a Dream

Contact: Chris, 860-967-9836

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