NEW YORK: The recent abduction of 300 schoolgirls in Nigeria essentially underscored why militarism and armed conflict are a major concern for the women of this world, especially women of color. Living in areas which are often sites of armed conflict over power, control and resources, women become “collateral damage” in a masculinist ideology of dominance that … Continue Reading ››
NEW YORK: With approximately 17,000 women and girls sex-trafficked into the United States annually and tens of thousands more trafficked for labor purposes, the second session of AF3IRM’s Summer School of Women’s … Continue Reading ››
The New York chapter of the transnational feminist group AF3IRM celebrates International Working Women’s Day with a report-back featuring member and award-winning author, Ninotchka Rosca on March 8, 3:30-5:30 PM, at the University Settlement in Manhattan.
In honor of the working women and also to learn more about how women and … Continue Reading ››