Category Archives: Summer School of Women’s Activism

Our Militarized World, Nations and Communities:  3rd SSoWA Session

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 ››

Vanish-ment and Women’s History at the Summer School of Women’s Activism

SSOWANY14The 4th Summer School of Women’s Activism will be centered around Five Continents Feminism, an evolving theme of transnational journey that AF3IRM offers to women of color whose unique experiences clamor to be heard and documented. From changing the paradigm to shifting the center of what feminism looks like, this year, … Continue Reading ››