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Saturday Night Clay Party
Try your hand at clay in the company of friends. A great alternative to the movies or eating dinner out. Wheel demonstration at 6:30 pm. Beverages & light snacks, playing with clay included. Any piece you wish to keep will be fired for $5 a piece.
Saturday night 6:30-8:30 pm. $20 per participant.
A bell hooks Book Club & Support Group Sun. Sept. 29 from 6:30 to 8:30pm
We are a study and consciousness raising group. Everyone is welcome.
Please listen to audiozine bell hooks "Understanding Patriarchy" on Youtube prior to the meeting.
As bell hooks says "patriarchy does not have a gender" and it continues to exist because both sexes continue to participate in it.
We will be studying Chapter Four of "Feminism is for Everyone" by bell hooks at this meeting from 6:30 to 7:30 in depth.
From 7:30 to 8:30 is open for people to discuss problems in their lives they are facing associated
to patriarchy (for example your boss makes a pass at you, and you cannot afford to report them
because you are afraid of losing your job etc)
It is more important than ever to make patriarchy unacceptable.. We have lots of work to do- how is it possible that 53% of white women who voted, voted for a man who is openly misogynistic? How is it possible that we live in a society where 1 out of 5 women are raped.
At each of our meetings, we sell our "Deconstruct Patriarchy" buttons, "The Daily Abuse" a compilation of 47 women worldwide who tell their stories of sexual, domestic and childhood abuse, produced by Angela Orlando. Feminism for Everyone is available on line for free. We also give out free business cards which are a feminist rant against patriarchal speech.
We meet the last Sunday of every month except for December.
10% of the profits from the Paint Bar will go to support our Art Mobile - a short bus parked in front of our pottery which will offer free art lessons to low income kids. Call or text Maxine at 917 705 3803 to make an appointment. $5 sit down fee, and price of piece.
There are many legal immigrants that Ice continues to release. Beginning August, they will be staying at the Juvenile Detention Center. Catholic Community Services as well as Casa Alita are in desperate need of volunteers since the snowbirds have left & they want the immigrants to have a warm welcome in Tucson. This is an ongoing crisis. You can drop off dried, canned, and packaged food, snack food, back packs, clothing & shoes at Ward 6, St. Philips in the Hills and the Tucson Clay Co-op