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Save the date! Feminism for Real is landing in NYC next week!

Join us on Thursday May 19th from 6pm to 8pm to celebrate the New York City book launch of Feminism FOR REAL: Deconstructing the Academic Industrial Complex of Feminism, edited by Jessica Yee.

Where: Streetwise and Safe/Queers for Economic Justice
147 West 24th Street, 4th floor
New York City, New York

There will be a traditional Indigenous opening acknowledging the territory, and the evening will feature presentations and round table discussions from the editor and several of the book’s contributors. Venue is wheelchair accessible.

Proceeds from the evening will go to support Streetwise and Safe (SAS) Project for LGBTQQ Youth of Color.

For more information about the book go to the official site or contact Erika Shaker at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives at erikas@policyalternatives.ca

Also, check Andrea Plaid in person!

The book will tour the following week in Kingston, Ontario on May 25th:

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Join us on Wednesday May 25th from 7pm to 9pm to celebrate the Kingston book launch of Feminism FOR REAL: Deconstructing the Academic Industrial Complex of Feminism, edited by Jessica Yee.

Where: The Artel
205 Sydenham St.
Kingston, Ontario

There will be a traditional Indigenous opening acknowledging the territory, and the evening will feature presentations and round table discussions from the editor and several of the book’s contributors. Co-presented with the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre. Venue is wheelchair accessible, we regret that the washroom area is not.

Proceeds from the evening will go to support the Sex Worker Action Group of Kingston (SWAG).

For more information about the book go to: the official site or contact Erika Shaker at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives at erikas@policyalternatives.ca

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  • Anonymous

    Do attendees have to RSVP? How much are tickets?