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What does international socialist feminist solidarity mean? Alliance of MENA Socialists

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On August 3r, 2019, the Alliance hosted a discussion between Sudanese, Algerian, African American, Syrian and Iranian Socialist Feminists to discuss these questions:

*What  is new in the Sudanese and Algerian Uprisings in terms of women’s  consciousness, participation/organizing,  opposition to patriarchy and  affirmative demands for women’s emancipation?

*What can Sudanese, Algerian, Syrian, Iranian and African American women learn from each other’s history and experiences?

*What socialist feminist concepts can help us deepen and expand our struggles?

*What does international socialist feminist solidarity mean? How can we promote it by connecting our struggles?

Speakers:

Sara Abbas:  Doctoral candidate in political science and a feminist who researches  social movements in Sudan. She has written for Transition magazine,  OpenDemocracy and The Nation. The views expressed are her own and do not  represent those of institutions she is affiliated with.

Selma Oumari: Algerian  French member  of the New Anticapitalist in France.  She is  involved  in antiracist struggles as well as international solidarity.

Julia Wallace: Black anti-racist socialist activist and contributor for Left Voice.  She served on the South Central Neighborhood Council in Los Angeles,   organizes against police brutality and in defense of tenants’ rights,  LGBTQ, women and immigrants’ rights.

Lara al-Kateb:  Syrian gender studies student and contributing writer for the Alliance  of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists’ website. One of her  recent articles is “The Me Too Movement in the Middle East and North  Africa”

Frieda Afary: Librarian, translator, producer of Iranian Progressives in Translation (www.iranianprogressives.org)  and member of The Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African  Socialists.  She has published articles in English and Persian on the  Middle East, Marxist Feminism, and has taught community classes on  Socialist Feminism.

Moderator:

Fatemeh Masjedi:    Iranian academic historian and activist based in Berlin. Member of  the Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists.  Former  political prisoner in Iran because of her women’s rights activities.



Full  description:  https://allianceofmesocialists.org/livestream-dialogue-between-sudanese-algerian-african-american-syrian-and-iranian-socialist-feminists/

Video live stream: https://www.facebook.com/2196931800604746/videos/358450088159103/

On August 3r, 2019, the Alliance hosted a discussion between Sudanese, Algerian, African American, Syrian and Iranian Socialist Feminists to discuss these questions:

*What  is new in the Sudanese and Algerian Uprisings in terms of women’s  consciousness, participation/organizing,  opposition to patriarchy and  affirmative demands for women’s emancipation?

*What can Sudanese, Algerian, Syrian, Iranian and African American women learn from each other’s history and experiences?

*What socialist feminist concepts can help us deepen and expand our struggles?

*What does international socialist feminist solidarity mean? How can we promote it by connecting our struggles?

Speakers:

Sara Abbas:  Doctoral candidate in political science and a feminist who researches  social movements in Sudan. She has written for Transition magazine,  OpenDemocracy and The Nation. The views expressed are her own and do not  represent those of institutions she is affiliated with.

Selma Oumari: Algerian  French member  of the New Anticapitalist in France.  She is  involved  in antiracist struggles as well as international solidarity.

Julia Wallace: Black anti-racist socialist activist and contributor for Left Voice.  She served on the South Central Neighborhood Council in Los Angeles,   organizes against police brutality and in defense of tenants’ rights,  LGBTQ, women and immigrants’ rights.

Lara al-Kateb:  Syrian gender studies student and contributing writer for the Alliance  of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists’ website. One of her  recent articles is “The Me Too Movement in the Middle East and North  Africa”

Frieda Afary: Librarian, translator, producer of Iranian Progressives in Translation (www.iranianprogressives.org)  and member of The Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African  Socialists.  She has published articles in English and Persian on the  Middle East, Marxist Feminism, and has taught community classes on  Socialist Feminism.

Moderator:

Fatemeh Masjedi:    Iranian academic historian and activist based in Berlin. Member of  the Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists.  Former  political prisoner in Iran because of her women’s rights activities.



Full  description:  https://allianceofmesocialists.org/livestream-dialogue-between-sudanese-algerian-african-american-syrian-and-iranian-socialist-feminists/

Video live stream: https://www.facebook.com/2196931800604746/videos/358450088159103/

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