HONOLULU—Workplaces in Hawai‘i—from Waikiki hotels to State Capitol halls— are hostile to women. Hawaiʻi under United States’ control has a history of subordinating women under men through law and culture. As a result, men as a class and as individuals hold more power, and they have abused this power.
For Immediate Release
March 8, 2018
Ivy Quicho, National Chairperson, [email protected]
Mykie Ozoa, Hawai’i Chapter, [email protected]
New York Chapter, [email protected]
Barbra Ramos, National Communications Director, [email protected]
NATIONAL — AF3IRM raises up the banner of Forward to a Feminist Future for International Working Women’s Day/International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8 and throughout March for Women’s Month! Since Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2017, AF3IRM has led the … Continue Reading ››
LOS ANGELES — On Saturday, March 3rd, the women of AF3IRM Los Angeles will bring people together in the streets of downtown LA in honor of International Women’s Day/International Working Women’s Day. Now in its fourth consecutive year, the march continues to be led by women-identified feminists of color and to make visible the needs and issues of women, especially … Continue Reading ››
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 ››