🌹 = Great event for first-timers!
“We have to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.”
― Angela Y. Davis
On Tuesday, February 13th at 6pm, join us as we read “Women, Race & Class” by Angela Davis.
Read chapter 8 through end of book ahead of time and join other feminists to discuss with us!
You do not have to be a Seattle DSA member to join – all are welcome!
*We do not tolerate harassment and invite people of all genders/races/classes to join the discussion
*We observe Progressive Stack discussion principles in our meetings.
Beacon Hill Library meeting room is located on the first floor, with no stairs.
Restrooms are located on first floor, near entrance, and include wheelchair-accessible stalls in women/men gendered bathrooms.
The library permits finger foods and non-alcoholic beverages in meeting rooms.
Library is located 2 blocks south of Beacon Hill Light Rail Station (which has an elevator or stairs to bring you up from underground train platform).
BUS 36 stops 2 blocks north or 1.5 blocks south of Beacon Hill Library on Beacon Ave.
**If you need help getting to this event, please message Seattle DSA privately and we will find a way to help.**