Being a Feminist Citizen Series @ 541 - Eatery & Exchange, Hamilton [from 20 February to 29 May]

Being a Feminist Citizen Series

- 29
19:30 - 21:30

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541 - Eatery & Exchange
541 Barton St. East, Hamilton, Ontario L8L2Z2
Broad Conversations are gatherings in Hamilton, Ontario for feminist broads. Gatherings are structured to inspire new ideas and reflections on important themes within a feminist context.

Our three spring gatherings are designed to get participants thinking about issues and feminist activism in the leadup to the June 7 provincial election.

Broad Convos 3: Building Dialogue (Feb 20)
Broad Convos 4: Building Community (April 5)
Broad Convos 5: Buliding Action (May 29)

General structure:
1. Conversation starters: three speakers — an academic, an activist, and a political organizer — have 15 minutes apiece to share their perspective and reflections on a central theme.

Speakers TBC.

2. Guided conversation: attendees respond to prompts to further discuss the speakers and the theme.

3. Open mingling: speakers and attendees can continue conversing — for as long as the venue stays open!

These gatherings are for women-identified, gender fluid and gender non-conforming folks only, please.

Children are enthusiastically welcome to attend.

The venue is accessible including washrooms.

PWYC — Please register on Eventbrite so we ensure we have enough space. Those who register will take precedence if we reach capacity.
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