Women Can Save The World – Fall Forum Series

3rd in FSP’s Fall Forum Series WOMEN Can Save the World • The 21st century rise of working women • What does it mean to be socialist feminist? • What about men? Speaker: Guerry Hoddersen Feminist and civil rights veteran who collaborates with women revolutionaries in Latin America. Affirmative action advocate and co-founder of United […]
Oct 18, 2018

International Women’s Day Seminar and Panel Discussion

A panel discussion to better understand the seminal issue of our time, Inequality. Specifically how structural inequality disproportionately affects women. Additionally, we will discuss ways to take action as a community, and at the national level. We are hosting an event at the Evans School to celebrate International Women’s Day. Systematic inequality, affects us on […]
Mar 1, 2016

International Women’s Day – Seattle

Join us on International Women’s Day for an evening of discussion and inspiration with a special panel of guest speakers. A suggested donation of $10 includes a glass of wine, small bites and a donation to participating non-profits. Donate with cash at the door or by card here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/international-womens-day-seattle-tickets-21285990972 Each of us can be a […]

How American women can take back International Women’s Day

It may not get much attention in the U.S., but International Women's Day means a lot for these. visitors from Indonesia, China and Puerto Rico.
Mar 7, 2016

YPIN International Women’s Day Speed Mentorship

Join YPIN and co-sponsor Adamant Strategies for the 4th Annual International Women’s Day Speed Mentoring Workshop! Mentees will rotate through mini 7-minute tailored mentorship sessions with the Northwest’s top female leaders, with 3-minute breaks between each discussion to grab snacks and beverages. This event is perfect for early career women seeking to enhance their leadership […]
Mar 1, 2016

Women of Color Speak Out

Women of Color Speak Out to Seattle’s transgender community & allies about the intersections of gender justice and climate justice. WOCSO explores how the Systems of Oppression—transphobia, racism, sexism,and capitalism— are the root causes of our Climate Crisis. Sponsored by Greenpeace and Gender Justice League Food and Drinks will be provided. Catering sponsored by Root […]

What’s your feminism like? IWWD event!

WHAT’S YOUR FEMINISM LIKE? What do we face as women and femmes in today’s world? How can we work together so we can ALL live full lives – with our families, and in our communities? For International Working Women’s Day, we will be gathering together to pose these questions! 2015 marked the formation of the […]
Feb 22, 2016

International Women’s Day Event

Organized by the University of Washington Bothell and the Northwest Film Forum, this day long event features film screenings, theater workshops, poetry readings, and a panel discussion – featuring UWB faculty, students, and community partners. Performances, screenings and conversations will address issues of gender, diversity, human rights and gender parity. This event is open to […]
Mar 1, 2016

Top 5 things to do in Seattle this March

Tons of Globalist-y things to do in Seattle this month, from International Women's Day events, to the Black to the Future Hackathon and a nerve-wracking Spelling Bee!
Mar 2, 2016

Local Asian Pacific Islander leaders reflect on year of violence against women

In the wake of a “War on Women” by American policy makers, the shooting of a Pakistani schoolgirl and the brutal gang rape and murder of a young Indian woman on a bus in Delhi, today’s International Women’s Day was a great chance to remember the survivors and victims of gender violence and discrimination.  
Mar 8, 2013

Why more women in leadership will mean fewer women in poverty

International Women’s Day is holiday that usually gets ignored. So it makes a great moment to reflect on a widely ignored issue: women in poverty.  
Mar 7, 2013

This International Women’s Day, Americans should take a look in the mirror.

I once spent a March 8th in Mexico and was surprised to find the streets filled with parades and vendors selling giant teddy bears in celebration of International Women’s Day. Random people greeted me with a cheerful “Feliz dia de la mujer.” International Women’s Day isn’t such a big deal here in the US, and […]
Mar 8, 2012