AF3IRM Leadership to push for new directions for feminism at October 21st CenterShift II Conference in New York City

Media Contact:    Email:  [email protected] Telephone:   (917) 397-0989 NEW YORK—The bold leaders of AF3IRM - including three of its past and current national chairpersons — will continue to challenge the ideals and boundaries of feminism in the United States at this year’s national conference. The push by leadership has always been … Continue Reading ››

Farah Tanis of Black Women’s Blueprint Joins AF3IRM’s October 21st CenterShift II Conference

Media Contact:  [email protected] Phone:  (917) 397-0989  NEW YORK-- “Our girls are trafficked, sexually exploited or found dead in alleyways, while police violence thrives and we continue to bear the trauma of poverty, “ she said bluntly in an interview on the end of the March for Black Women on Washington DC.  This is Farah Tanis, co-founder and executive director of Black … Continue Reading ››

TeleSur Co-Host and Producer Claudia De La Cruz Joins AF3IRM October 21st CenterShiftII Conference

Media Contact: [email protected] Tel: (917) 397-0989 NEW YORK—To this South Bronx native whose parents are first generation immigrants from the Dominican Republic, “life is a political project.” Claudia De La Cruz, creator of Da Urban Butterflies, a center meant to develop the character of leadership among young women, has been hard at work for the last two decades on that project. She … Continue Reading ››

Spiderwoman Theatre Founder Joins AF3IRM CenterShift II Panel “Constellations of History”

Media Contact:  [email protected] Tel:  (917) 397-0989 NEW YORK-- A most brilliant star will bring her light to AF3IRM’s CenterShift Conference II:  Roots & Routes on the 21st of October:  Muriel Miguel of the Kuna and  Rappahannouk American Indian Nation and a Guggenheim Awardee, who founded the longest-running American Indian theater group and wrote, for its very first show, the play Women … Continue Reading ››

Philippine journalist Raissa Robles joins Oct 21st Centershift Conference

Media contact: email: [email protected] Tel: 917-397-0989 NEW YORK—Practicing journalism in a country ranked second in the number of media people assassinated and which still holds the record for the most media persons killed in a single event is a challenge the likes of which few experience. However, Raissa Robles, who reports both on her own website and for newspapers like the South … Continue Reading ››

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