Thursday December 13 at 7am on RLTV: airing of Selma James’s talk delivered on 11/14 at Busboys and Poets Bookstore in on her book, Sex, Race and Class: The Perspective of Winning.
You can find out where in your city it airs by going to www.rl.tv
Selma James is founder of the International Wages for Housework Campaign, coordinator of the Global Women's Strike, Guardian of London commentator and author who has been called, “one of the key political thinkers and activists of our times”. She just completed a 5-week North American speaking tour that took her to 22 locations.
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Join activist and author Selma James for a conversation about her newest anthology "Sex, Race and Class: The Perspective of Winning," a selection of writings that span 60 years of struggle, published by PM Press. James, a fierce anti-sexist, anti-racist, anti-capitalist campaigner will be in Portland on Thursday, December 6th, 6:30pm at PCC Cascade, Moriarty Arts Humanitites Bld (MAHB), 750 N Killingsworth in Portland.
Sliding scale donations of $1-10 to support the work of the Global Women's Strike, no one turned away.
Saturday, December 1 11am-2pm Sex, Race & Class: the New Terms of Unity
The Last Bookstore, 453 S. Spring Street (N.W. corner of 5th & Spring St, Red Line to Pershing Square). KPFK Pacifica Radio 90.7FM is the Media Sponsor for this event
Friday, November 306:30pm Open Study Group & potluck reception
discussing ‘Striving for Clarity and Influence’ from her anthology Sex, Race and Class, The Perspective of Winning. At the offices of the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, LAANE, 464 S. Lucas St. LA, CA 90017 (Just west of downtown, btw. 6th and 3rd St., Rapid bus stop nearby, free parking)
Friday, Nov 30, 12:30-1:30 Meeting with anti-poverty and anti-hunger activists following the monthly meeting of Hunger Action LA, at LAANE (see above, follow signs to meeting room)
Center for Research on Women and Social Justice
Department of Feminist Studies Fall Events 2012
THE GLOBAL KITCHEN
International Perspectives on Women’s Unpaid Labor
Thursday, November 29th 4pm
McCune Conference Room
Co-sponsored by the Department of Feminist Studies, the Center for Research on Women and Social Justice, the Hull Chair in Feminist Studies, UCHN “Working at Living: The Social Relations of Precarity”, the UC Center for New Racial Studies, the Luis Leal Chair in Chicana and Chicano Studies, the Center for Black Studies Research, the Department of Asian American Studies, the Department of Black Studies, the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy, and the Education Abroad Program.
Join CMC & IWS as we welcome Selma James to campus for a discussion of her recently released anthology, Sex, Race, Class: The Perspective of Winning, A Selection of Writings 1952-2011 (2012).
Lunch is served at 11:30, Talk begins at 12:00. For more info: 909-621-8244
*Lunch reservations are open to all Claremont College students, faculty, and staff
This event is co-sponsored by Intercollegiate Women’s Studies of The Claremont College and The Athenaeum at CMC.
Sunday December 2nd at 5pm, California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street (btn 10th & 11th St.), San Francisco
discussing ‘Sex, Race and Class’.
Note change in venue Open Study Group Monday, December 3 at 7pm, Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library"The Public School"
2355 Broadway, Oakland (across from the YMCA, near 19th St BART)
There will be two people presenting on the chapter ‘Striving for Clarity and Influence’ from her anthology Sex, Race and Class — The Perspective of Winning and discussion with Selma. Copies of the book will be available or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook page