November 8: Public Forum in SF to demand women's rights
What is next in the struggle to demand women's rights?
Thurs. Nov. 8, 7pm @ 2969 Mission St., SF
On Nov. 6, millions of people will vote in this country. WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) has been in the streets this election season holding all politicians accountable and demanding that “Women’s rights are not up for debate!”
After the presidential election is decided, join us for a discussion in how to move forward in building a movement for women’s rights. WORD invites you to a post-election public forum on November 8 at 7pm at 2969 Mission St. Please download the flyer and share it for the meeting.
And join us on Sunday Nov. 4 at 12 noon to poster and leaflet for the upcoming meeting. Meet at 2969 Mission St. Call 415 375 9502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Rally and speak out in San Francisco, Oct. 19|
Reports from the October 16-22 National Week of Action
Across the country, women and their allies have been taking to the streets during the National Week of Action to Defend Women’s Rights organized by WORD.
As Mitt Romney and President Obama scrambled to win women’s votes and avoid offering real solutions to the issues women grapple with on a daily basis throughout the debates, local WORD organizers coordinated lively demonstrations in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, New Haven and Los Angeles.
The Week of Action concluded with a protest outside the presidential debate in Boca Raton. Read full report here.
WORD condemns Richard Mourdock’s vile attack on victims of rape and incest and denounces all attempts to deprive women of equal rights.
On Oct. 16, two U.S. sailors raped a woman in Okinawa. WORD condemns this act of violence and demands justice for the victim and all victims of rape by the U.S. military.
Join WORD on Thursday, Nov. 8th for a post-election forum!
7pm @ 2969 Mission St. btwn 25th & 26th St.
San Francisco - Muni #14, #49, #48, 24th St. BART
Call 415-375-9502 or email email@example.com for more information.