Palestine, Feminism and the Left @ OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, 5th floor, room 250, Toronto [2 June]

Palestine, Feminism and the Left


837
02
June
19:00 - 21:00

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OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, 5th floor, room 250
A forum featuring Rafeef Ziadah and Tithi Bhattacharya

RAFEEF ZIADAH is a Palestinian spoken-word artist with a history of Palestine solidarity activism in Canada and the UK. Rafeef is a member of the National Committee for the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement in Britain. Her latest album is “We Teach Life.”Rafeef’s website can be found at rafeefziadah.net

TITHI BHATTACHARYA is director of the Global Studies program at Purdue University and was one of the central organizers of the March 8th Women’s Strike in the US. She is editor of and contributor to the forthcoming book, Social Reproduction Theory: Remapping Class, Recentering Oppression and a regular contributor to International Socialist Review.

The following day — Saturday, June 3 — Toronto New Socialists will also host an afternoon of discussions at OISE on «Socialism, Anti-Racism and the Left.» Speakers include Sue Ferguson, Laam Hae, David McNally and Bill Mullen. For more information: facebook.com/events/1892773221010350/

Then, in the evening, we will host «Music and Poetry of Resistance» featuring spoken word by Rafeef Ziadah, socialist hip-hop from Mohammad Ali, and other performers. For more information: facebook.com/events/425869634447956/
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