VENUE: Barnard College
ADDRESS: The Diana Center, 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027, USA
This one-day conference recovers the histories and possible futures of anti-imperialist struggle. Conversations between scholar-activists and organizers will unearth hidden legacies of internationalist movements and reveal the potentials of decolonized feminist futures.
Morning Keynote: Mary Helen Washington
Panel 1: Black Left Feminist Internationalism
Panel 2: Recovering Global Radicalism
Panel 3: Feminist Futures/ Internationalism Today
Afternoon Keynote: Vijay Prashad
Elisabeth Armstrong teaches courses on gender and movements for social, economic and environmental change, emancipatory cultural studies, & feminist archives. Many of her courses are community-based research courses linked to basic needs community movements around land, food and self-determination in Springfield, MA. Her second book, Gender and Neoliberalism: The All India Democratic Women’s Association and Globalization Politics (Routledge 2014), describes the changing landscape of women’s politics for equality and liberation during the rise of neoliberalism in India between 1991-2006.
Rev. Claudia de la Cruz, born in the South Bronx to first generation immigrants from the Dominican Republic, is committed to the struggle in defense of human rights and social justice. She is founder and general coordinator of Da Urban Butterflies Youth Leadership Development Project (D.U.B)- a membership based project working towards the leadership development, capacity building, and the personal and collective empowerment of young women in Washington Heights, and New York City as a whole.
To read more about all participants of this event and to gather more information for ticket costs visit Barnard Center for Research on Women.