Check here for a list of selected events for feminist enthusiasts and changemakers:
She the People: The Resistance Continues
The sketch show entirely created, designed, and performed by the fearlessly funny women of The Second City. A performance that roasts patriarchy and takes on everything from having it all to having that sick feeling your government is trying to send you back to the Middle Ages. Find info on tour dates and showtimes in Boston, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Philadelphia here.
August 13–23, 7PM or 8PM (see website for showtimes)
UP Comedy Club
230 W. North Ave
Cost: Starting at $31US
See full listing here.
What Will It Take To Create a Workplace Culture of Respect, Equity and Value For All
What Will It Take Movements, in partnership with A CALL TO MEN, will bring together champions of workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion from across industries to help understand what steps can be made toward achieving true equity in the workplace. The event consists of a keynote address, corporate case studies, panel discussion, and networking. Coffee and light breakfast fare will be served.
September 12, 2019, 8AM – 10AM
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY
See more info here.
Women & Money: Making Money Moves That Matter
Enjoy engaging discussions and presentations, brief “state of the field” talks, and visual showcases of platforms and products. We are also explicitly using a participatory leadership approach, inviting you into interactive conversations and shared agenda creation. Former EFF speakers include Tuti Scott and Vicki Saunders. The event includes a half day (2PM – 8 PM) and full day (8AM – 5PM) gathering.
September 16–17, 2019
Cost: Varies but roughly $550-750US
Learn more here.
Feminist Explorations of Urban Futures International Conference
The purpose of this conference is to advance feminist thinking on urban research across the global south. Themes to be discussed include: comparative feminist research, critical policy dialogues on gender and the urban, feminist activism and the city, and social reproduction and women’s place-making in cities. Free for anyone coming from a global south country (Brazil, India, China, Russia, Indonesia), post-doctoral fellows (and contract faculty), undergraduate and graduate students, and and unemployed persons.
September 26–28, 2019, 8:30AM – 6:00PM
4700 Keele Avenue
Cost: Free; $100/day for university faculty members (and well re-numerated employed persons)
Get tickets here.
Portia’s Julius Caesar
Named one of the top shows of 2018 by the Toronto Starafter its summer premiere, Portia’s Julius Caesar is an unapologetically feminist take on Shakespeare’s classic account of political upheaval. Through the eyes of a Roman wife, Portia’s Julius Caesar uses a mix of new words and rich poetry from over 20 of Shakespeare’s works to explore the role of women in class storytelling, ancient Roman society, and politics.
November 20, 22, 23, and 30, 2019
Hart House Theatre
Get tickets here.
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