Tuesday, March 6, 7:30-9:30pm
Presented by Feminist Reading Group
30 participants maximum
For our March meeting of Feminist Reading Group, we’ll take a look at a few current articles that address the theme of this quarter’s programming at the WCCW (“Health/Care”). Here are the links are to the readings we’ll discuss:
Annie Lowrey, “When Will the Economy Start Caring About Home-Care Work?”
Sarah Lazare, “Capitalism is Built on the Backs of Black Women”
Dom Chatterjee, “Fighting Burnout, Rest Debt, and Work as a False Path to Self-Worth”
Please bring a small snack for potluck if you can, and maybe a question or comment from one or more of the articles to keep the discussion moving. We’re looking forward to seeing you!
The Feminist Reading Group is a community working to understand ourselves, the worlds we occupy, and the texts we read in deep, truthful, respectful, and joyful ways. The group meets monthly to explore many themes: feminist histories, race, class, gender, space, sexuality, art-making, culture, creative practices, relationship, conflict, globalism, family, colonialism, media, aging, work, organizing, reading, politics, writing, activism, and technology, among others. Members are invited to participate in an open process of sharing, to be generous and honest with ourselves and others through our thoughts and actions, when speaking and when listening.