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SISTER OUTRIDER x TYCI: Building an anti-racist, feminist manifesto
27th October, 2016 at 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree – £3
Claire Heuchan is Sister Outrider, a Black feminist blogger and activist. Collaborating with fellow feminist bloggers and promoters TYCI, Claire is bringing online discussions inspired by her writing on intersectional feminism into a real life context.
If you have questions about how race fits alongside sex in feminist politics, this is the place to ask.
SISTER OUTRIDER x TYCI, Thursday 27th October, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Historically Black women and women of colour have frequently been excluded from the women’s liberation and feminist movements as white feminists typically at the forefront of these movements didn’t factor in the intersection of race or racial oppression. With Claire’s work as a provocation and starting point, we invite our local and online communities to come together in discussion, creatively and collaboratively building an anti-racist feminist manifesto for Glasgow and Scotland. In addition to exciting discussion, there will be tunes from the TYCI DJs, delicious snacks, and great chat all round. From fledgling radicals to full on revolutionaries, all are welcome.
This event is a Sister Outrider and TYCI in partnership with CRER (Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights) and Glasgow Women’s Library, programmed as part of Glasgow’s Black History Month.
GWL is an inclusive space and we want to take this opportunity to highlight that this event is inclusive of everyone on grounds of race, gender, sexuality, disability, socio-economic background. Join us.
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