Now Is The Time: #MeToo Speech by National Chair Ivy Quicho

As part of AF3IRM's 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, we are releasing video and text of a version of the speech delivered at the #MeToo Survivors' March in Hollywood on Sunday, November 12, 2017 by AF3IRM National Chair Ivy Quicho.  Greetings! How are you all doing? My name is Ivy Quicho and I … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM’s 2017 Calendar for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Saturday, Nov 25 
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (anniversary of the murder of the Mirabal sisters)
First day of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
 
Sunday, Nov 26 
8:30pm to 10:30pm
Lestat's Coffee House
3343 Adams Ave, San Diego, California 92116
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Women of Color to Helm AF3IRM’s CenterShift II Conference: Full Schedule Revealed

Media Contact:  [email protected] Tel:  (917) 3970989 New York:   An astonishing array of women luminaries will be at the helm of AF3IRM’s CenterShift Conference on October 21st – a vivid image of the diversity of color, cultures, experience and perspective in the women’s struggle for liberation. Two principal main features will anchor the day’s discourse.  After the Conference is formally convened by … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM Leadership to push for new directions for feminism at October 21st CenterShift II Conference in New York City

Media Contact:    Email:  [email protected] Telephone:   (917) 397-0989 NEW YORK—The bold leaders of AF3IRM - including three of its past and current national chairpersons — will continue to challenge the ideals and boundaries of feminism in the United States at this year’s national conference. The push by leadership has always been … Continue Reading ››

Farah Tanis of Black Women’s Blueprint Joins AF3IRM’s October 21st CenterShift II Conference

Media Contact:  [email protected] Phone:  (917) 397-0989  NEW YORK-- “Our girls are trafficked, sexually exploited or found dead in alleyways, while police violence thrives and we continue to bear the trauma of poverty, “ she said bluntly in an interview on the end of the March for Black Women on Washington DC.  This is Farah Tanis, co-founder and executive director of Black … Continue Reading ››

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