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.
For Immediate Release
March 8, 2018
Ivy Quicho, National Chairperson, [email protected]
Mykie Ozoa, Hawai’i Chapter, [email protected]
New York Chapter, [email protected]
Barbra Ramos, National Communications Director, [email protected]
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