Come along and celebrate an evening of diversity within feminism in recognition of International Women’s Day.
The theme for the event is ‘Skin & Feminism’. There will be speakers and discussions on how skin is a political feature of feminism. Whether it’s your skin colour, your experience of your ethnicity in the Western world, wearing animal fur or checking your privilege based on your skin colour it is uncontestable that skin is a constant feature of the subjective feminist experience.
The evening will feature speakers on White feminism, Asian feminism, Chinese feminism, mixed race feminism and colorism. There will also be an exhibition titled “Honest you photo” featuring women without make up .
Date: 9 March, Friday
Time: 7.30 to 9pm.
Contact: Jane Chelliah on firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information.
Here is a link to an article in The Guardian about my views on race. It mentions this event too.