SHE SAID IT
"Don't be motivated by self-hatred. Always be motivated by love. Be compassionate because compassion and love is what we have that General Electric doesn't, Weyerhaeuser doesn't. That is our strength." Winona La Duke

March 1999
Vol. 1 #1


Said It: Feminist News, Culture & Politics  

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My Passion for Women

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Calendar for March 1999

March is women's herstory month. Don't forget it.

March 2nd, Tuesday (and subsequent first Tues) GABRIELLA-Philippines. Get involved in solidarity work around Filipina and Asian women's issues globally and domestically. 6 pm. Info (206) 824-8229.

March 4, Thursday. "Taking Charge: Economically Poor Rural Indian Women Organize for Change." 3:30 - 4:30 pm at Cunningham Hall Gallery, U of W. Free. Info (206) 543-9531 or nwcrow@u.washington.edu.

March 7, Sunday. International Women's Day celebration. Workshops, organizations, displays. At Seattle Center, Center House. Noon - 5 pm. For info, Carol (206) 328-9637, or femme2@scn.org.

March 8, Monday INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY!!!

March 8, Monday. IWD celebration, "Women Working for Health: Body, Mind, Spirit." Info 1-800-922-2871 or iwd@castle.net.

March 8, Monday. Anti-violence videoconference, 2000 international leaders at UN to listen to grassroots feminist activists, judges, experts, media. Sponsored by United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). 9:30 - 11 am, est. For info, unifem-videoconference@edc-cit.org or (617) 618-2921.

March 9 - 23. Ninotchka Rosca, human rights activist, author, former political prisoner under Marcos regime in Phillippines, is on West Coast and avail for speaking engagements. Rosca is particularly concerned with women's human rights, focusing on issues of sex tourism, trafficking, and violence. For info, Melissa Ponder at melponder@aol.com or (206) 824-8229.

March 10, Wednesday. "May's Vote," a play about women's suffrage at Seattle Central Community College. 10 am - noon. For info, Maggie Sutoff (206) 587-3855.

*listings extracted from Jean Buskin's Peace and Justice Calendar. To list your event in Said It, send info to Said It, PO 75035, Seattle, 98125 or saidit@scn.org. Sorry but until unlimited space is avail, we can't list everything.



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