L.A. Radical Women Present Defend the Women of Sudan


The L.A. Radical Women Organization presents "A Feminist Call to Action: Defend the Women of Sudan" as part of an International Women's Day Celebration.


Friday, March 18, 2005
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Solidarity Hall
2170 W. Washington Blvd. (at Western)
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Learn answers to the questions CNN and Fox News haven't told you.  Why are women and children targeted for mass rapes, abduction and slavery?  How are Sudanese feminists organizing to defend themselves and how can U.S. feminists help?  Activist and student of the Sudanese crisis, Katherine Cheairs, will address these topics.  Wendy McPherson, Radical Women Organizer and internationalist, will chair the event.

Open discussion after the talk.  An African buffet, with vegetarian option, served at 7:00 PM for a $7.50 donation.  Door donation of $3.

Additional Women's Day Celebration Event:

Film Screening of Makeda's Daughters: The Legacy of Sheba

Friday, April 15, 7:30 PM

This documentary by Katherine Cheairs chronicles the artistic achievements of five Black women artists: filmmaker Zeinabu Irene Davis, visual artist Mari Hall, West African dancer Nzingha Camara, talk show host Auriel Armstrong, and actress/producer Renee McClellan.  Cheairs' film celebrates Black women's beauty, strength and courage.  The filmmaker and featured artists will answer questions after the film.

Door donation of $5 includes hors d'oeuvres served throughout the evening.  Please RSVP in advance for seating.

Special Instructions

Both events held at Solidarity Hall. Everyone welcome. No one turned away for lack of funds; low income and work exchanges available (call in advance, please).


Cost : Door donation of $3; African buffet, with vegetarian option, served at 7 PM for a $7.50 donation for Darfur, Sudan presentation - $5 for film screening on April 15.

For more information please contact:

L.A. Radical WomenTel: 323-732-6416

LAFSPRW6@aol.com


www.radicalwomen.org


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