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Women Work, Women Fight

March 8 as International Women’s Day has deep roots in the socialist movement, with Clara Zetkin calling for a special women’s day at the 1910 Conference of Working Women held in Copenhagen. Though initially no specific day was proposed, International Working Women’s Day, as it was then known, was commemorated by people across Europe and Russia with demonstrations … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM Stands In Solidarity With Our Slain Sisters In Georgia

Contact: 
Connie Huynh
National Chairperson, [email protected]

It is with a heavy heart that AF3IRM condemns the recent murders of mostly Asian women at several Georgia massage establishments. Eight people were killed on Tuesday night, six of them were Asian women, four of those women were Korean nationals. While Georgia officials have not confirmed that these murders were racially motivated, … Continue Reading ››

You survived. Next, we thrive.

Sisters, 

Today we are breathing a momentary sigh of relief.  A sigh that acknowledges the official transition of power from the 45th President of the United States to the 46th. Our families and communities are still reeling from this mismanaged pandemic and mourning our losses, so we may feel as if we’re far too numb … Continue Reading ››