November 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
For fifty years and more, the Bay Area has been home to feminist and queer movements as they interact with anti-racist, anti-militarist, abolitionist, and internationalist politics that continue to affect social movements today. On Sunday afternoon November 17th, please join us for “Movements in Time,” a free public event at the historic site of the Women’s Building, where we will celebrate the Bay Area’s contributions to feminist and queer anti-imperialism.
We begin at 1pm with an outdoor tour of the Women’s Building mural, led by Miranda Bergman of the Muralistas—authors of the new book, MaestraPeace: The San Francisco Women’s Building Mural. Then, at 2pm, we move inside for celebration and discussion. We welcome Rabab Abdulhadi, Irma Shauf-Bajar, Jennifer Beach, Diana Block, Teresa Mejía, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, and Kate Raphael, who will share stories of Bay Area anti-imperialist feminism and queer activism with us, in a panel moderated by Brooke Lober.
This event is sponsored by the California Coalition for Women Prisoners, the Freedom Archives, and the National Women’s Studies Association.