UK Feminista launch
Laura // 23 March 2010
UK Feminista is a new feminist campaigning organisation aimed at bringing UK feminists together to fight for an end to gender inequality. It was co-founded by Kat Banyard, author of the recently published Equality Illusion. UK Feminista will provide campaigning resources and training, act as a bridge between activists at a grassroots level and women’s/feminist organisations, facilitate links between activists, profile and celebrate feminist activism in the UK and promote public awareness about gender inequality and the need for feminism.
UK Feminista launches this Saturday, 27 March at The Women’s Library in London, 11am – 3pm:
Come along and find out more about how you can get involved in UK Feminista. Listen to inspiring campaigners, find out about different feminist organisations, and share your ideas for UK Feminista!
Hannah Pool, the Guardian
Darinka Aleksic, Abortion Rights
Frances Carlisle, Latin American Women’s Rights Service
Katie McGrainor, Birmingham Fems
Olivia Bailey, NUS Women’s Officer
The event is free to attend, and you can RSVP by emailing kat[at]ukfeminist.org.uk.
(The Facebook event info indicates that children are welcome, but doesn’t mention a creche. I’ve left a message asking if there will be one and will update when I hear back.)