Congolese Nobel Prize winner Mukwege runs for president

Congo's Nobel Prize winner Mukwege stages large presidential campaign rally Denis Mukwege, a Nobel-winning gynaecologist, staged a rally in his hometown recently, according to Agence France Press (AFP). He promised to end corruption and conflict if elected.  In the eastern city of Bukavu, the Nobel laureate doctor said he would use political power to "put an end to war, put an end to famine" and to fight graft.  "Today it is normal [...]

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End Violence Against Women in the US and Globally

by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action L.A. The attack on women’s bodily autonomy in the US reflected in the Dobbs decision by the Supreme Court, that stripped away Constitutional protection of women’s right to terminate a pregnancy, is the tip of the iceberg of violence against women in the US and globally. A major factor in the rise of the neo-fascist right in the US has been organized misogyny among many young white [...]

Survivors Speak Out: “Movement Pains” by Mumia Abu-Jamal

Movement Pains column written 10/18/21 © 2021 by Mumia Abu-Jamal   I call this “Movement Pains.”   Every social movement begins in pain. When people see or experience social injustice, movements are born. This should surprise none of us, for our mothers brought each of us forth at the crucible between death and life. When we see or experience social injustice, we viscerally sense pain and are urged by internal forces to [...]

International Women’s Day: Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world

International Women’s Day 2021 UN theme: Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world      British proto-Feminist Mary Wollstonecraft published her book A Vindication of the Rights of Women in 1792. It was a commentary on the unjustifiable behavior of both men and women that were responsible for the marginalization of women. Wollstonecraft wrote the book as a rationalist and realist and told women  they should not ask for [...]

International Women’s Strike

Celebrate International Women's Day in South LA      March 7th, join in solidarity with events happening globally for International Women’s Day, starting  at 12 noon, at 800 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (corner of MLK & Hoover) Los Angeles 90037. Public transport & parking are close by. Join a Feminism for the 99% dance party; interactive performance piece, rally, street art, music, healing & action areas. Wear Red.      To mark [...]

L.A. Area Movement Groups on actlocal Website

On-Line Movement Resource Guide and Directory: httpss://www.actlocal.network/directory/results?q=Los+Angeles+CA [Excerpts] #SeeMe Movement https://www.time2seeme.org In the era of #MeToo and #TimesUp, we need to address the Issue of Ageism: Welcome to #SeeMeWomen AF3IRM Los Angeles https://www.af3irm.org LA Chapter of AF3IRM, an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist WOC organization. AIDS Project Los Angeles https://www.apla.org AIDS Project Los Angeles is dedicated to:-improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles (ACT LA) https://www.allianceforcommunitytransit.org [...]

Asian American Perspective on January 20 Women’s March L.A.

Women’s March 2018: An Asian American Commentary on Building Unity by David Monkawa, Progressive Asian Network for Action The LA Woman’s March Inc. turned out an impressive 750,000 people! It was inspirational and I was proud of being in a contingent of about 110 people initiated by the “Nikkei Progressives.” (Nikkei means the Japanese diaspora, such as immigrants in the US and their descendants.) The ethnic composition of the group was about [...]

New Directions for Socialist Feminist Resistance

New Directions for Socialist Feminist Resistance: An International Dialogue,  You are invited to a panel discussion: Saturday, March 3,  2018, 3-5p, Southern Californian Library for Social Studies, 6120 S. Vermont Ave, LA 90044 (street parking only).   Why is authoritarianism on the rise globally and how does it affect women? How can the "#MeToo" movement challenge the capitalist commodification of women's bodies? Do socialist feminists have an alternative to capitalism? What do [...]

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