The Women’s Media Center Presents
The Herbst Theatre
San Francisco, California
Confirmed young feminist speakers include:
Lena Chen is a sex and gender journalist and blogger (TheChicktionary.com, SexAndTheIvy.com), organizer of the 2010 Rethinking Virginity conference, and co-founder of Feminist Coming Out Day, a visibility campaign started at Harvard University and now active at 15 colleges in the U.S.
Shelby Knox is a feminist organizer, speaker and writer, and Director of Organizing, Women’s Rights, for Change.org. She became nationally known as the subject of the 2005 Sundance award-winning film The Education of Shelby Knox.
Miriam Perez is a writer, blogger and reproductive justice activist. She works with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health and is an Editor at Feministing.com.
Latoya Peterson is a hip hop feminist, editor of Racialicious.com, and tech and gaming enthusiast. She eats pop culture for breakfast.
Moderated by Rose Aguilar, host of yourcallradio.org — KALW News.
Racialicious is also hosting a San Francisco tweet-up, “Cool x2,” with Latoya and Lena. (You just might see Miriam and Shelby there, too. ) The event will be at Tommy’s Joynt, 1101 Geary Rd., just 10 minutes away from the Herbst Theatre. Swing by around 8:30PM and meet other folks from the R nabe. The bar is wheelchair accessible.
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