Selma James discusses her life’s work on tender issuesAs a women’s rights and antiracist campaigner, Selma James does not mess around. She’s also an author responsible for starting the International Wages for Housework Campaign in 1972, the Global Women’s Strike in 2000, and so much more. Tonight she’ll be addressing the power relations within the working class and how to organize despite divisions of sex, race, and class. Some serious, but influential topics indeed.
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