From the NFL abuse scandal to the Isla Vista shootings to Columbia student, Emma Sulkowicz, carrying her dorm room mattress in protest of her rapist being allowed to remain on campus, attacks on women’s rights have been all over the news the last few months. Between the headlines, women’s rights activists have brought attention to the everyday violence women experience through catcalls, lack of access to reproductive healthcare, or employers denying maternity leave.
How can we understand why women are oppressed today? And, what can we do to end women’s oppression once and for all?
Join the International Socialist Organization for analysis of these issues and an open discussion:
Wednesday October 15, 7pm, UC Berkeley Wheeler Hall, Room 202, 2222 Bancroft Way
Monday October 20, 7pm, Oakland Peace Center, 111 Fairmount Ave
Wednesday October 22, 7pm, The Women’s Building, 3543 18th St, San Francisco