TRANSNATIONAL/WOMEN OF COLOR FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER: AF3IRM Los Angeles humbly, with the blessing of Black Lives Matter LA, invites all people of color, especially our women-identified sisters of color, to an educational discussion on how to address and ABOLISH anti-black racism in our communities. As allies/accomplices/
co-conspirators to Black Lives Matter, we are asking community to come to the table to 1) have an open discussion on how we can end anti-black racism in our communities and 2) to strategize ways that we can center black liberation as part of our political programs.
We want to honor black leadership as … Continue Reading ››
Sisters - now is the time for Transnational/Womxn of Color to unite! We must love and protect one another. Our bodies, our children, our families, and communities continue to be under siege by colonialism, slavery, & genocidal processes of police terror, white supremacy, and hetero-patriarchy. Beyond dreaming about our collective liberation, we need to have real discussions on what transnational womxn’s freedom looks like. We must be willing to live it, act it, and breathe it. Our very existence relies on it.
AF3IRM SF Bay Area seeks to bring Transnational/Womxn of Color together to discuss the ways we are directly targeted by the … Continue Reading ››
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts Daniella Navarrete, AF3IRM SF Bay Area Chapter Coordinator, email@example.com Leah Sicat, AF3IRM Central Coast Chapter Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Carly Ritter, AF3IRM Central Coast Catherine Mendonça, AF3IRM San Diego Chapter Coordinator email@example.com NORTHERN CALIFORNIA--As an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist organization, AF3IRM condemns the predatory actions and systemic oppression perpetuated by the Oakland Police Department (OPD). Allegedly committed to combatting the sex trade and entrusted to serve victims of gender violence, the Oakland Police Department has instead given badges, weapons, institutional power, and impunity to abusers, traffickers and johns. Officers who are … Continue Reading ››
For Immediate Release Contact: Priscilla Moreno, AF3IRM Orange County & Angel Bartolome AF3IRM South Bay 323-543-5872 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA--The AF3IRM chapters of Orange County and South Bay will be co-hosting the 2016 Summer School for Women’s Activism (SSoWA) in southern California. On four consecutive Saturdays, the school will be held from 9am to 12pm, with the first two in Carson and the last two sessions in Santa Ana. We invite you to join us in the reclaiming of our knowledge, challenge mainstream education and contributing to a collaborative vision for our collective liberations. Since 2011, AF3IRM Summer School … Continue Reading ››
NOW AVAILABLE! Orange County | Transnational Feminist Voices Podcast First Episode: “Mujeres de Las Maquiladoras” March 1, 2016 As part of our commitment to transnational feminism, AF3IRM Orange County discusses the femicides of Ciudad Juarez that began with NAFTA’s exploitation of Mexican labor. We seek to empower the voices of women of color who have risked their lives to fight for Juarez’s victims of trafficking and sexual violence. We are sharing this discussion with our community in support of AF3IRM’s Purple Rose Campaign – an international movement to stop the commodification of women and children’s bodies. RESOURCE LIST FOR THIS EPISODE Organizations … Continue Reading ››