1. Oct 1, 2012
    With Alix Kates Shulman, Jennifer Baumgardner, & Nancy K. Miller

    How has the role of feminist writing and activism transformed over the last forty years? In 1970, Alix Kates Shulman’s famous essay “A Marriage Agreement”—which proposed that partners share childcare and housework equally—moved from the radical margins of feminist journal Up From Under to mainstream venues like LIFE, New York, and Redbook, initiating a long and rich public debate. Shulman's first novel, Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen (1972) was a bestseller and similarly impacted the cultural landscape. Can today’s feminists yield similar influence? Join Shulman in conversation with writer and activist Jennifer Baumgardner as they discuss Shulman’s new novel, Ménage, and a lifetime of feminism, activism, and writing both fiction and memoir. Moderated by Nancy K. Miller, literary critic and memoirist.

    Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women and Society

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  2. Video created by the attendees of CAWN's two day workshop on 'Using Video for Campaigning and Advocacy' held during the last UK Feminista Summer School 2012. The workshop was led by Nayana Fernandez.

    Feminista UK Summer School 2012 took place at the University of Bristol 15-16 September 2012: ukfeminista.org.uk/event-details/summer-school-2012/

    CAWN: cawn.org/

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  3. The Social Justice Sexuality (SJS) Project is one of the largest ever national surveys of Black, Latina/o, and Asian and Pacific Islander, and multiracial lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. Part of the innovative dissemination strategy for this research project is a series of videos which tell the mosaic of stories about the diversity of LGBT people of color. This initial video features LGBT people of color whose personal stories briefly illustrate some of the key findings and themes explored in the study.

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  4. The phenomenon of the female homicides in Ciudad Juárez, called in Spanish the feminicidios ("femicides"), involves the violent deaths of hundreds of women since 1993 in the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, a border city across the Rio Grande from the U.S. city of El Paso, Texas. In 2002, the Mexican journalist, novelist and essayist Sergio González Rodríguez, best known to American readers for his cameo appearances as The Journalist in Roberto Bolano’s 2666, published Huesos en el Desierto ("Bones in the Desert"), revealing links between organized crime, local entrepreneurs and local and federal authorities and eventually leading to his kidnapping and assault. Ten years later he is publishing his first book on the subject in English, The Femicide Machine. Join us for a conversation with the author and María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo (Latino Studies, NYU) about this ongoing violence and its underlying causes, from narco-warfare to transient labor to gender to global capital.

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  5. Video: Interview with Joan Morgan, Cultural Critic & Author of "When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost"

    The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) in partnership with Parlour Magazine
    6th Annual Women of Power Conference

    A New Spelling of My Name: Black & Latina Feminism Today
    A Day-long Conference of Workshops, Panels and Discussions led by Contemporary Black and Latina Feminists

    Featuring: The Editors of Parlour Magazine, Dr. Yaba Blay, Dr. Brittney Cooper, Claudia de La Cruz, Sharon De La Cruz, Shani Jamila, Joan Morgan, Dr. Kaila Story, Leilani Montes, Noelle Lorraine Williams, Meron Wondwosen and more!

    Saturday, March 24, 2012 | @ Dwyer Cultural Center
    11:30am – 6pm
    (entrance on W. 123rd between St. Nicholas Ave. and Frederick Douglas Blvd.)
    Admission: $10 – Limited space, registration in advance
    Call 212.307.7420 ext. 3008 or email slewis@cccadi.org

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    It was supposed to be the year we finally shattered the glass ceiling. But a sharply split female electorate helped ensure that misogyny and sexism would live to see another day. In this 4x60’ docuseries, we watch as eight American women of opposing political, economic and cultural backgrounds explore the reasons behind their deepest and most visceral divisions, and what can be done to repair the rift. vimeo.com/203382661

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    SOMETHING BETTER TO COME directed by Oscar nominee and Emmy nominee (Children of the Leningradsky) Hanna Polak and produced by Sigrid Dyekjær, is a film about human dignity and resilience. 11-YEAR-OLD YULA lives in one of the most desolate places on Earth: the Svalka, the biggest junkyard in Europe, 20 km outside the center of Moscow.
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