AF3IRM on Day 2 of their Basic Women’s Orientation in New Mexico! Thanks to the women of New Mexico for hosting and exchanging knowledge. We had such a fruitful dialogue, modeling what sisterhood looks like in practice. Stay tuned!
Today we honor Bartolina Sisa, an Aymara woman who led an indigenous uprising against Spanish colonialism in Bolivia. She was captured and faced a cruel death by the Spanish on September 5th 1782. To honor her resilience, September 5th is commemorated as the International Day of Indigenous Women since 1983. As transnational women of color, we … Continue Reading ››
Today we celebrate 29 years of our organization. Thank you to all the sisters who have helped shaped who we are and to all of our sisters currently engaged in the fight for a feminist future! #af3irm #forwardtoafeministfuture #getorganized #transnationalfeminism #woc #feminism
For the month of September, AF3IRM LA members will be reading Kindred, by Octavia E. Butler. Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing our thoughts and reactions on our social media. As transnational feminists, reading is an essential tool to combat white supremacy and dismantle patriarchy. It is also vital to our theory building as an organization. … Continue Reading ››