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Waking the Feminists Meeting

 

Photo Credit: Fiona Morgan

Waking the Feminists Meeting
New York Chapter - WTF

Monday, February 29 | 7 pm

Hosted by
Irish Arts Center

“The most essential cultural conversation to happen in Ireland this year.” – Una Mullally, The Irish Times

On November 12, almost 600 women and men packed the Abbey’s Mainstage, lobby, and the street outside to raise their voices in protest.

A community was awoken. A movement began. Now it’s spreading—just as Irish people, culture, art, and ideas have already spread throughout the world.

The purpose of this event is to gather artists in New York to discuss how the principles of the Waking the Feminists movement can be used to create change in New York City.

Learn more about the movement at wakingthefeminists.org.

Running Time: Two hours

 

 

 

 



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