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Nov 1, 2018

Domestic Workers Building Dignity and Power, Past and Present

Bernie Dallas Room, Goodell Hall(map)
5:30 pm

Domestic workers are organizing on a massive scale to build economies that respect the labor of women of color. This panel of organizers and historians will discuss the goals and challenges facing...
Nov 5, 2018

Dreams and Nightmares: The Promises and Perils of Revolutionary Visions

131 Marcus Hall, UMass Amherst(map)
5:30 pm

What is at stake, and what is at risk, in the building of new worlds? What makes one effort to transform the world liberatory, and another oppressive? How and why have fundamentally oppressive...
Nov 13, 2018
Dining with the Ancient Romans image - basket of bread

CANCELED: Dining with the Ancient Romans

Herter 601
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

UPDATE, 11/12/18: This event has been canceled. If we are able to reschedule it, we will send out and post an announcement....

People's Encyclopedia and Zine Making Workshop FULL

University Museum of Contemporary Art
3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

It has been 50 years since the historic Civil Rights/Liberation Movements of the 1960s and 1970s. In this workshop with Walidah Imarisha, participants will imagine themselves 55 years in the future...

All Organizing is Science Fiction

Student Union Ballroom, UMass Amherst
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Educator, writer, public scholar and spoken word artist Walidah Imarisha will explore the history of sci-fi and social change, sharing tools for using science fiction as a practice ground for...
Nov 27, 2018

Escaping Slavery, Envisioning Freedom

First Churches of Northampton, 129 Main St, Northampton, MA(map)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

*Note New Location*...
Nov 29, 2018

Fighting the U.S. Sex Trade: Gender, Race & Politics Lecture by Prof. Carrie N. Baker, Smith College

601 Herter Hall
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Spanning the late 1970s to 2015, Prof. Baker’s new book tells the story of political collaboration among feminists, evangelical Christians, human rights advocates, and sex worker rights activists...