SHE SAID IT
"It's important to understand that we will live with a fair amount of pain for most of our lives. If your first priority is to live a painless life, you will not be able to help yourself or other women. What matters is to be a warrior. Having a sense of honor about political struggle is healing." - Andrea Dworkin

April 1999
Vol. 1 - #2


Said It: Feminist News, Culture & Politics  

in this issue:

Presidential Rape: The Making of a Non-Scandal

America's Shame and the Scapegoating of Monica Lewinsky

Go Mary!


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Calendar for April 1999

3 Saturday Protest against police violence. Memorial for Michael Ealy. Denny Park, Denny and Dexter, just east of Aurora. Mothers for Police Accountability, (206) 329-2033

6 Tuesday (and subsequent first Tuesdays). GABRIELA Network-NW, a US solidarity group with GABRIELA-Philippines. Get involved in solidarity work around Filipina and Asian women's issues globally and domestically. 6 pm.Call for location. (206) 824-8229

15, Thursday Women of Color in Academia, "Through My Lens" Reflections of Women Scholars. The Northwest Center for Research on Women. Electrical Engineering 1 (EE1), Room 045 at 3:30-5 pm. For info, Angela Genorio, nwcrow@u.washington.edu

17 Saturday Women's poetry event! "The Circle of Memory: An Evening of Sister Poets." Featuring African American poet and activist Nikky Finney, as well as celebrated Seattle writers Lauri Conner, Jourdan Keith, and Carletta Wilson. 8 pm at Richard Hugo House, 1634 Eleventh Av. Tickets $6/$5 student. (206) 325-3384

17 Saturday 14th Annual Empowering Women of Color Conference, in Berkeley, CA. Theme: Political, economic, and social issues surrounding health and health-care in the 21st century, including sterilization, pharmaceutical testing on women of color, and state regulation of fertility. ewocc_comm@uclink4berkeley.edu or http://ga.berkeley.edu/htdocs/projects/ewocc.html

19 Monday "Social Security: What Every Woman Should Know," an informational presentation and discussion sponsored by Congressman Jim McDermott in participation with the UW Women's Center and UW Retirement Center. 11 am - 1 pm at HUB auditorium, University of Washington. (206) 553-7170

22 Thursday Mini-Lobby Day with FAIR BUDGET. This is your chance to express your opinion on welfare "reform" and budget priorities. In Olympia. Carpooling and other info, (206) 325-6291 or fairbudget@earthlink.net

23 - 25 Friday thru Sunday Lesbian Rights Summit, in Washington DC. Sponsored by the National Organization for Women. http://www.now.org or (206) 221-0066 ext. 760

25 Sunday Red Dot Girls general meeting. The group works to address the concerns of over-40 Lesbians. Meet wonderful women and hear about all the great things they're doing. (206) 559-3992 or RedDotGirl@aol.com

27 Tuesday (and subsequent last Tuesdays), Seattle National Organization for Women (NOW) monthly action meeting. 7-9 pm at Seattle Central Community College. Roundtable discussion: "Reclaiming the F Word: Feminism." 7 pm, at Seattle Central Community College, room 2115. (206) 632-8547


Some listings extracted from Jean Buskin's Peace and Justice Calander, at http://www.scn.org/activism/calendar

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