SHE SAID IT
"Our hope is vigorous and active and it is sustained by the outrageous courage of our sisters/foresisters who are ever more intensely present to us, beckoning and daring us to move further." - Mary Daly

June 1999
Vol. 1 - #4


Said It: Feminist News, Culture & Politics  

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Unromanticizing Fatherhood

Who's Looking Out for Moms?

Resisting Without Violence


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Calendar for June 1999

1 Tuesday, and subsequent first Tuesdays, at 6 pm. Gabriela Network-NW, a US Solidarity Group with Gabriela-Philippines (alliance of over 105 women's organizations in the Philippines), join to get involved in solidarity work around Filipina and Asian women's issues, globally and domestically. For info, (206) 824-8229.

7 Monday, 6-8 pm, Washington NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) annual membership meeting. Join members of the Washington House and Senate for a panel discussion of the 1999 legislative session and the need to win a PRO-CHOICE MAJORITY for 2000. At the Mountaineers Building. Suggested donation $5 - $15. For info, (206) 624-1990.

7 Monday, 7 - 8:30 pm. Study group on "Writings by feminists of color." At University of Washington, Ethnic Cultural Center, Native American room, 3931 Brooklyn Av. Sponsored by Campus Radical Women. Free. For info, 722-6057.

12 Saturday, 9:30 - 4:30 pm. "Warrior Woman: Women as leaders of social change," with instructor Angela Toussaint. An Urban Action School course of participatory education for activists, organizers, workers, and the community. At Rainier Valley Unitarian, 4620 S. Findlay. Sliding scale, $17.50 - $70. Space limited, early registration recommended. For info, (206) 464-9129.

12 and 13, Saturday and Sunday, at 8 pm. The showing of "Treyf," an unorthodox documentary about two Jewish Lesbians who met and fell in love at a Passover seder. The film explores the women's relationships--with each other, with their families, with other Jews, other lesbians, and with Israel and Palestine. A benefit for "Bridges" and Jerusalem Link. $6/$4, none turned away. At 911 Media Arts Center, 117 Yale Av. N. For more info, (206) 325-4061.

13, Sunday, at 6 pm, potluck, 6:30 meeting of the Seattle Chapter Fellowship of Reconciliation. Shelley Means of HONOR (Honor Our Neighbors Origins and Rights) will speak about supporting Native American rights. For info, (206) 789-5565.

17, Thursday, 6 pm and subsequent 3rd Thursdays, International Women's Day Planning committee. Plan for an extraordinary celebration March 2000, as well as activities leading up to the event. At NOW office in the Good Shepard Center at 4649 Sunnyside Av N, room 222 (note new time and place). For info, call Rosalinda at Jobs with Justice, (206) 441-4969.

27, Sunday, 11 am. GAY PRIDE PARADE AND CELEBRATION!! Support equal rights for lesbians and bisexual women, as well as for their bro's in the movement. For info, (206) 324-2026.

29, Tuesday, at 7-9 pm. Seattle NOW monthly meeting. This month: "Confronting the Crisis Child Care in America.: A video presentation with discussion to follow. Seattle Central Community College, room 2115 (go up stairs behind the cafeteria, and turn right).

Looking ahead: June 8 - 11, 2000. 7th International Federation of Information Processing Working Group, "Women, Work, and Computerization: Charting a Course to the Future" Conference. In Vancouver, British Columbia. For info, Deborah Kirby, (604) 291-3764, or dkirby:sfu.ca. Website http://www.sfu.ca/~wwc2000/

many listings extracted from Jean Buskin's Peace and Justice Calendar at www.scn.org/activism/calendar



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