Feminism, disability and activism
Interviews with Ruth Bashall (Stay Safe East), long-time activist and front line work on disability hate crime and violence against women, and others to be confirmed. Chaired by Eleanor Lisney, founding member of Sisters of Frida.
With Michelle Daley & Martine Miel (Sisters of Frida) and Janet Price (DaDaFest).
New confirmed interviewee – 18 year old Becky Olaniyi.
Questions on feminist perspectives on issues of sexuality, disability, and social justice ‚Äď disability and sexuality, queer crip politics, race, violence against women, the right for disabled women to occupy a safe space on their intersectional issues
Feminist Library, Gail Chester will be there with a stall.
Venue: Friend‚Äôs House, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ
31st Oct , 7 ‚Äď 9.30 pm
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[…] but covered intersectional issues. This film is very timely for me as I am preparing for an event¬†Disabled Women’s Right to Occupy this Friday in London. This film helps to grasp some of the complexities by focusing on¬† the journey of self […]