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Traveling in California this week

I'll be in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Oakland (for the Critical Resistance conference) this week -- please come out for these if you can! And please spread the word...

SAN DIEGO

Monday, September 22, 4:30-6:30

Feminism In/Action: What is your feminism for and why does it matter?

* Free and open to the public

At the home of Pat Washington, 4537 Alamo Drive, San Diego, CA 92115

Co-sponsored by Gabriela Network San Diego

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LOS ANGELES 

Wednesday, September 24, 6:30-9

Fundraising house party: As you may have heard, Bitch just came through its latest cash crunch
through an inspiring outpouring of support from our community. The next step is planning for future sustainability. Please join me for a fundraising house party and updates about/discussion of Bitch's future as a multimedia, multi-strategy organization. I'll talk briefly about Bitch's plans for the future, and ask for your ideas, input, and questions!  

3823 Legion Lane, LA CA 90039

* Free admission, but we'll be asking for donations to Bitch!

Hosted by former Bitch development director Ray Rubin

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LOS ANGELES  

BITCH + MAKE/SHIFT FILM AND DISCUSSION EVENT

Thursday, September 25, 8-10

Where:  Echo Park Film Center, 1200 N Alvarado St. (at Sunset)

Film/video screening followed by a participatory discussion about contemporary feminisms, privilege, power, difference, and so much more...

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OAKLAND

I'll be at the Critical Resistance conference all weekend, and I'd love to see you there. After it's over, we'll be fundraising for Bitch...

Sunday, September 28, 4-6

Fundraising house party: As you may have heard, Bitch just came through its latest cash crunch
through an inspiring outpouring of support from our community. The next step is planning for future sustainability. Please join me and Bitch operations director Brian Frank for a fundraising house party and updates about/discussion of Bitch's future as a multimedia, multi-strategy organization. We'll talk briefly about Bitch's plans for the future, and ask for your ideas, input, and questions!  

4-6
1630 Woolsey Street in Berkeley

* Free admission, but we'll be asking for donations to Bitch!

Hosted by Bitch founding editor and publisher Lisa Jervis; media activist and Clamor cofounder Jen Angel; and organizing dynamo Sarah Karpman.

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