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School of Youth Activism Participant Future Shines Bright

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Skylar Perez-Grogan
AF3IRM Los Angeles Youth Coordinator
[email protected]

AF3IRM Los Angeles is proud to announce School of Youth Activism (SOYA) 2018 participant Briana Morales was accepted to Georgetown University’s Class of 2023! Briana, a soon-to-be graduate of Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts’ class of 2019, wrote about her experiences participating … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM on International Working Women’s Day/ International Women’s Day 2019

This International Working Women’s Day and Women’s Month, we in AF3IRM salute all those who dream and work to manifest new visions of liberation beyond the shackles of this current reality.

Women worldwide continue to rise up and resist this patriarchal, capitalist system. We witnessed teachers across the country, from Arizona to Los Angeles and Denver, who … Continue Reading ››

‘Call Her Ganda’ Screening and Panel Discussion on “Militarization, Sexual Violence and Sovereignty in the Pacific” on March 8th with AF3IRM Hawai’i

Call Her Ganda Screening and Panel Discussion

Join AF3IRM Hawai'i on International Women's Day for a screening of the documentary, Call Her Ganda, and a special panel discussion with Attorney Virginia Lacsa Suarez, Kim Coco Iwamoto, Yvonne Mahelona & Jen Jenkins!

Call Her Ganda
Screening and Panel Discussion
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Feminism Heals: Open Mic and Mixer on March 12 with AF3IRM NYC

Join AF3IRM NYC for an open mic and mixer celebrating International Women’s Day. Feminist activism heals the wounds of patriarchy, racism, capitalism, and imperialism. On this night, we’ll honor women’s resistance through art.

We’re also raising funds to support activist, artist, and former NYC Co-Coordinator Leani Auxiliio. Leani is fiercely facing down cancer.

We’ll hold a silent auction of Leani’s art. Bring … Continue Reading ››

Land and Liberation Plenary Panel on Decolonizing Feminism to feature Bamby Salcedo, Kimberly Robertson, Connie Huynh

LOS ANGELES—Transnational and indigenous women will come together for “Whose Space: Decolonizing Feminism, Beyond Talk, Into Practice, to Liberation” at AF3IRM’s Land and Liberation Forum on Saturday, March 9th. This plenary panel, which begins at 12 noon, will feature activist Bamby Salcedo of the [email protected] Coalition, CSULA Professor Kimberly Robertson, and Connie Huynh, who is part of … Continue Reading ››