Category Archive: Women’s History

Jun 10

Summer With Assata

Voices of Liberation is excited to be part of the Summer With Assata –  a series of  events to educate ourselves and our community about the life, work and legacy of Assata Shakur and the reality faced by her and others in exile or political prisoners. www.facebook.com/summerwithassata www.twitter.com/summerwassata www.tumblr.com/summerwithassata IG: SummerWithAssata

May 16

Revolutionary Love Open Mic

Throwback! – For more powerful events like this, stay tuned. We have Feed the Hood fundraiser shows with Scope on June 7 and June 27. Revolutionary Love Open Mic Voices of Liberation presents… Revolutionary Love Open Mic @7 p.m. Spontaneous Celebrations Jamaica Plain

Jun 17

Petition “President Barack Obama: Remove Assata Shakur from the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” List

Sign the Petition Dear President Obama: We write to urge you to overrule the FBI’s decision to put Assata Shakur, aka Joanne Chesimard, on the “Most Wanted Terrorists List, with $1 Million FBI Reward Offered for Information Leading to Her Capture and Return,” as phrased by the FBI’s May 2, 2013 announcement. This $1 million …

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Mar 16

Unsung Sheroes: Womyn in the Movement

El Movimiento / The Movement Presents: Unsung Sheroes: Womyn in the Movement Encuentro 5 33 Harrison Ave. 5th Floor Boston Chinatown, MA 02111 March 30th 2012 5:30-8:30 Contact: Ada Bonilla (781) 363-6577 mzadita@gmail.com

Oct 21

Centro Presente holds ‘A New Era of Women in Politics,’ a panel discussion

Centro Presente holds ‘A New Era of Women in Politics,’ a panel discussion to explore ways to increase civic participation and equal political representation of women in politics. When: Thursday October 28th 2010 at 10:00 A.M. Where: Nurses Hall, Massachusetts State House, Beacon Street at Park Street, Boston Boston, MA- As part of ‘Our Voices, …

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Mar 09

Scholar/Historian Dr. Runoko Rashidi in Boston 3/15

Continuing Black History beyond one month and in celebration of Women’s History Month….. Scholar/Historian Dr. Runoko Rashidi in Boston A TRIBUTE TO GREAT AFRICAN WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD: ANCIENT AND MODERN–A VISUAL OVERVIEW OF GREAT BLACK WOMEN Mon. March 15, 2010 6:30 – 8:30 PM @RCC 1234 Colombus Ave. Roxbury Bldg #3 Lecture Hall DR. …

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