The Summer School of Women’s Activism (SSoWA) is produced and presented annually by AF3IRM. Aimed at educating women to understand feminism, with particular attention paid to transnational feminism, and at encouraging women to become more conscious and engaged politically, SSoWA provides a space for participants to learn, discuss, and grow together, personally and collectively, politically and intellectually.
A woman’s place is in the struggle to build feminist theory and action and to learn and create her-story and registered students will meet to engage in this struggle with AF3IRM members and leaders.
SSoWA is held and hosted by various chapters and dates vary by location.
Upcoming Scheduled SSoWA Sessions:
- SOUTH BAY DATES: July 23 and 30 (USW Local 675 1200 E 220th St, Carson, CA)
- ORANGE COUNTY DATES: August 6 and 13 (TIYYA 505 N. Tustin Ave. #280 Santa Ana, CA 92705)
- For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To register: https://www.universe.com/ssowaca
Latest posts on SSoWA:
- AF3IRM Orange County and AF3IRM South Bay collaborate to present the 2016 Summer School for Women’s Activism Sun, Jun 26, 2016
- SSoWA NYC 2015 Wraps Up With A Power Panel Fri, Aug 28, 2015
- Militarism, Militarization and Its Assault on Women of Color Communities | SSoWA NYC Session 3 Fri, Aug 28, 2015
- The Many Faces Of Human Trafficking | SSOWA NYC Session 2 Fri, Aug 28, 2015
- Marginalization of Women: A Socio-Economic History | Summer School of Women’s Activism (SSOWA) NYC Session One Fri, Aug 28, 2015