Fun times with London AnarchaFeminist Kolektiv

// 23 October 2008

The London AnarchaFeminist Kolektiv is holding a creative day on Saturday, with art, screen printing, web design, badge making and more.

It’s all at the fabulous Lambeth Young Women’s Project, in Brixton, and the day is women and trans only:

London AnarchaFeminist Kolektiv was formed earlier this year, after the eviction of Wominspace, a women- and trans-only social centre in Hackney.

We are a busy group with lots of projects on the go. We have held workshops and skillshare events on (among other things) practical squatting/ diy skills, climbing and direct action, herbalism, have a fortnightly reading / discussion group,have monthly women, grrls and trans bike fixing sessions and have just finished our first zine on herbalism.

We are a women and transfolk only group.

We seek to challenge sexism and all forms of oppression and transform society along anarchafeminist ideals.

We have lots of ideas for future actions and activities and would like to expand our collective – are you interested in getting involved?

We would like to invite all women and transfolk to come and find out more about the collective and help us plan what direction to take and what to do next..

We have planned a whole “creative” day to do art, silk-screen printing, stencil and badge making, web design etc with food and an open meeting to follow.

We will be meeting from 3pm from for creative activities, with food at six and the open meeting at 7pm on Saturday the 25th October at Lambeth Womens Centre, 166a Stockwell Rd, Brixton SW9.

Bring useful materials (eg cardboard, fabric for patches, screen-printing supplies, glitter, glue, spray-paint, card, stationery, craft knives) and vegan food to share!

Check out our website at or email us at for more information.

Photo by One Good Bumblebee, shared under a Creative Commons license

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