Under the hashtag#FeministsOnTheMove, AF3IRM and Sister Circle Collective are inviting women, queer, trans, and genderqueer folks and allies to help create a strong woman’s contingent for the 13th December Million People March against police brutality. The details for the #FeministsOnTheMove contingent:
Where — Washington Square North/5th Ave.
When — Saturday December 13th, 1pm
To learn more:
- Read the press release from AF3IRM and Sister Circle Collective.
- RSVP on Facebook to get the latest updates.
- Check out Veronica Agard’s video message.
- Follow the hashtags and share on Twitter: #FeministsOnTheMove // #BlackLivesMatter // #MillionsMarchNYC // #HoldItDown
“The message is simple: state violence directly affects black women and girls, queer, trans and gender nonconforming people. The violence against black women and girls, queer, trans and gender nonconforming people, has been persistent and ranges from physical mauling to sexual assault. It is time to acknowledge this and add it to our understanding of state violence and police brutality,” said Olivia Canlas of AF3IRM NYC.
“We cannot change what we do not name. The violence against black women and girls, including queer, trans, and gender nonconforming people, has been with us for as long as such violence was inflicted upon black men. It is as significant an aspect of state violence and police brutality,” said Lanai Daniels of Sister Circle Collective.
I refuse to accept the hypocrisy of this sexist society!
Right on! “You cannot change what you cannot name” is one of my all-time feminist quotes! Thank you for doing this!
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