Join Feminista Jones and Leslie Mac for a candid, hard-hitting discussion about the role of Black women in the 2020 election, from grassroots and political organizing to legal support and fighting voter suppression: How will Black women reclaim the ballot this year?
We know that Black women are the strongest, most consistent voting bloc in the U.S. Are our needs actually being met by the people we support? Why is 2020 any different from past elections and what is really at stake? How do we reconcile feeling used for political gain and having so little to show for it with our compulsion to keep voting and keep fighting in this way?
This conversation is guaranteed to challenge you and inspire you to get to work!
This event is FREE with a suggested donation of $10. You can give more or less, it's up to you. Space is limited, so if you won't be able to make it, please CANCEL your registration by requesting a refund so we can open it to other people.
Exclusive Q&A with Feminista and Leslie for designated Patreon subscribers after the chat. See respective Patreon blogs for more info.
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Leslie Mac is a digital strategist, consultant, social justice activist, and political organizer who has developed, coordinated, and implemented several high-impact campaigns covering social justice, politics, and women's rights. Most recently, she served as the Digital Organizer for Black Womxn For, a campaign to support presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, and she is the training coordinator for Landing Digital: Powered by The South, an initiative that offers coaching and support for organizations looking to empower and strengthen their online presence and activism.
Feminista Jones is a Philadelphia-based feminist writer, public speaker, community activist, and semi-retired social worker. She is an award-winning blogger and the author of the novel Push the Button, the poetry collection The Secret of Sugar Water, and the critically-acclaimed Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World From the Tweets to the Streets (Beacon, 2019). Her work centers on Black American culture, critical race theory, intersectionality, women’s health and well-being.
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