On March 8th, the 23rd year into this century, we once again celebrate Womankind’s long history of struggle for equity and equality in the human world. For those of us living and working and fighting in the territory of the United States, that means going beyond the annals of the settler feminist movement.
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AF³IRM Sets the Record Straight: Debunking Disinformation and Historical Revisions
Knowing that public shaming, denunciation, and pillory have been standard tools of the patriarchal ruling class against women who defy dogmas and orthodoxies, AF³IRM issues this statement with great reluctance. But in this time of disinformation, deep fakes, and historical revisionism, we deem it necessary to stand firmly on the facts and nothing but.
AF³IRM National: Addressing Disinformation about the Alleged “Split” and Reaffirming the Full Humanity of a Woman
To the two bona fide members, and the forty-six member applicants, inactive members, and former members who have decided to seek their own path to women’s liberation, we wish you well. To those who benefited the most from AF³IRM, we hope you continue to use that organizational investment well.
AF³IRM remains committed to … Continue Reading ››
NEITHER MORALITY NOR THE STRUGGLE FOR SOVEREIGNTY IS REDUCIBLE TO HOW ONE WEARS A HIJAB – AF3IRM
Contact: Connie Huynh, Chairperson, [email protected]
NATIONAL: AF3IRM salutes the women in particular and all who continue to protest in Iran, despite intense state repression and violence by the Basij Forces. AF3IRM believes that no religious interpretation should be a cause for a woman’s death, more so of people’s death, and that the struggle … Continue Reading ››
AF3IRM ANNOUNCES ITS NEWLY ELECTED NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Los Angeles- AF3IRM is proud to announce its newly elected 2023-2025 National Executive Council (NEC).
These are the women who have been chosen to lead AF3IRM in our resistance against femicide, global fascism, and imperialism.
National Chairperson – Connie Huynh is a mother, survivor, daughter of refugees, researcher, and organizer, and has been a member of … Continue Reading ››