Has it been too long since your last feminist rant over a coffee with a friend? Can you believe it's been over a month since our last Feminism in the Pub? Don't worry - we're back!
For our third fantastic Feminism in the Pub, we're having a special Feminism in the Hub event!
On the 12th of July, we'll be discussing intersectionality and feminism at Feminism in the Pub: Building a Diverse Feminist Movement.
We'll be joined by Indigenous activist Tarsha Jago, founder of Loving Feminist Literature and family violence training practitioner Nilmini Fernando, and Jiselle Hanna, a unionist and international labour movement activist with Australia Asia Worker Links.
To make this event as accessible as it can be to every feminist who wants to come along, this time it will be held in a non-licensed venue - the Multicultural Hub in Melbourne's CBD.
The Hub is just across the road from the Queen Vic Market, and the perfect place for a spirited discussion about how we can create a truly diverse, inclusive feminist movement.
Join us to have the incredibly important conversation about how we can build a movement that is inclusive of all feminists, and learn how we can be accomplices in the fight for feminism for all.
(And yes, there will definitely be food and non-alcoholic drinks provided at the venue).
Accessibility: The Multicultural Hub is accessible to wheelchair users and those with other mobility challenges. If you have any other access requirements please contact us and we will make adjustments as best we can.
506 Elizabeth St
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
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