Come to be part of this big celebration and be part of the conversation about Black Womyn’s social, political, economic, spiritual position or role in this society.
“Since 1992, when the First Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) met, July 25 marks the International Day of Women of African Descent in the Americas, also known as International Women’s Day Afro-Latin, Afro-Caribbean and the Diaspora or African Women’s Day.”
“According to official statistics, it is estimated that only in America live more than 80 million people who are self-determining as black women and if you are born black has a 90% chance of being poor and few countries that provide public policies which consider the conditions, needs and specificities of black women.”
How To Be A Reverse-Racist: An Actual Step by Step List For Oppressing White People: http://blackgirldangerous.tumblr.com/post/25932905078/how-to-be-a-reverse-racist-an-actual-step-by-step-list
Place: Rio Penthouse Gallery 10 Ford Washington Ave Bet. 159th and 160th st, NY, NY
Date: July, Wednesday 25, 2012
Time: 6pm to 9pm
There will be performance, poetry and a circle for a conversation to bring solutions to Black Womyn’s reality.
For more info/para mas informacíon llame:
Nathalie Tejada: (646) 548 8282
Ana Garcia: (917) 673-1801
Sponsor by Broadway Housing Community, Existence is Resistance, Legacy Women, SeaElle Integrated Therapy, Divine Designs, The Artist Process, WHAM, MelissaFilms and TINGÓ.org