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International Womyn's Day Celebration

When: Sunday, March 8th, starting at 3PM
Where: Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Avenue

Events:

3PM – “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” screening
Cost: $12.38, buy tickets… 283 more words

Film Screening

What's So Threatening About A Pink Van?

I have been following the “pink van debate” with interest and can’t help but add my two cents (or is that two pence?)

I think all the publicity and the debate over the colour is not a bad thing for Labour – it is getting people talking about what Labour are doing and getting them lots of free airtime. 657 more words

Politics

She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry: Consciousness Raising for the 4th Wave

I was a little wary of a feminist film with a title that calls to mind one of the most damaging stereotypes about women—that we must always be beautiful— 803 more words

Film Screening

living in the age of subtlety - a critique of contemporary feminism part I

A critique of contemporary feminism has been one of my big goals with this blog. I want to begin to write a series of posts related to this topic and break them up with more current events as I move along. 1,466 more words

The Bexleyheath teacher, the judge's comments, and our construction of victims and villains

Back in my early teenage years I had this intense desire to become a singer. This lead onto singing lessons and my taking a GCSE in music (which I couldn’t complete due to my health). 1,022 more words

Feminism

The case for feminism

I have written numerous blogs tracking the second wave of feminism (1960s-1970s and on).  See for example http://clarespark.com/2012/09/04/links-to-blogs-on-feminism/. This blog is part of a two-part series: … 759 more words

Marx

She's Beautiful When She's Angry

Showing from January 16th-22nd
Where: Seven Gables Theatre, 911 NE 50th St
Cost: $10.50, buy tickets here

“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” resurrects the buried history of the outrageous, often brilliant women who founded the modern women’s movement from 1966 to 1971. 124 more words

Film Screening