Social Movement Legacies

Happy International Women’s Day!

Here are two events Janet Flores has shared with our class. We will be collectively going to the first one.

International Women’s Day Rally at SU

12PM-1PM

Steps of Hendricks Chapel

Hosted by International Student Organization, Xicanxs Empowering Xicanxs, Indigenous Students at Syracuse, and Students Advocating Sexual Safety and Empowerment

https://www.facebook.com/events/100222954145652/

Immigrant Women Creating Sanctuary in Central New York

7PM-9PM

Workers Center of Central New York – 2013 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, New York, 13210

Hosted by Brown Mujeres Media (I’m the founder of BMM) and Workers’ Center of Central New York

https://www.facebook.com/events/161434687990333/permalink/167250630742072/?notif_t=page_post_reaction&notif_id=1520511335234598

On International Women’s Day Immigrant women will talk about creating sanctuary in Central NY to keep our families together and how we are organizing for…

Today we will be going over the assigned readings, paying particular attention to the way in which individual women represent a particular faction of a bigger community. To do so, we should revisit the timelines that you constructed during the last class. Where do they fit? How do their stories contribute to your understanding of Latina Legacies?

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Two different Puerto Rican Feminists

 

What were the systems that these two Puerto Rican feminists fought against?

Share your Multimodal/Creative Brainstorm with a peer!

Hope you have a great break 🙂

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