Selma James speaking tour
From Ujamaa – The hidden story of Tanzania’s socialist villages – to today’s Black Jacobins in Haiti 18 April 2015 LA
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From Ujamaa – The hidden story of Tanzania’s socialist villages – to today’s Black Jacobins in Haiti
Selma James Activist (Global Women’s Strike Co-ordinator and Founder of the International Wages for Housework Campaign) Speaking in UCD on Tuesday 12th March
Room E114, Newman Building (Arts)
2:30pm to 4:30pm
Defending Caring and Welfare in Careless Times
Thursday December 13 at 7am on RLTV: airing of Selma James’s talk delivered on 11/14 at Busboys and Poets Bookstore in on her book, Sex, Race and Class: The Perspective of Winning.
You can find out where in your city it airs by going to www.rl.tv
Speaking in the SF Bay Area
Sunday December 2nd at 5pm, California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street (btn 10th & 11th St.), San Francisco
discussing ‘Sex, Race and Class’.
Saturday, December 1 11am-2pm
Sex, Race & Class: the New Terms of Unity
The Last Bookstore, 453 S. Spring Street (N.W. corner of 5th & Spring St, Red Line to Pershing Square). KPFK Pacifica Radio 90.7FM is the Media Sponsor for this event
Co-ordinator of Global Women's Strike
In The Guardian: What we can learn from Tanzania’s hidden socialist history
More Guardian articles
Quoted in NY Times Op-Ed: Pay People to Cook at Home!
Other countries we work with (so far...)
14-15 Nov: Caring, Survival & Justice vs. the Tyranny of the Market – international conference LondonUK Fri 24th Jul 15
Fri 10th Jul 15
June 25-28 Global Women's Strike, Women of Color/GWS and Payday men’s network at the US Social Forums in Philadelphia, PA and San Jose, CAUSA Wed 24th Jun 15
Mon 15th Jun 15
USA Wed 27th May 15
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