Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Chronicling Lesbian Feminism

Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) will be meeting on Sunday April 4th from 2P to 4P to present “When Lesbian Feminism Came To Town”. Guest speakers will include Lois Johnson & Sheri Barden addressing “When Radical Lesbian Feminists Entered the Gay Scene”, Loretta Wrobel will talk about “Free to be Me”, Marsha Gerstein takes on “Lesbianism? Feminism? This Movement was About Me Too” & Sue Katz concludes with “A Feminist Dyke: Here, There & Across Seas”. Alice Fisher, Founding Member of OLOC-Boston stated, “They say old folks like to tell stories about the past. Old Lesbians Organizing For Change continues to build stories about the past as well as the present & the future. We have lived through a time of enormous social change, with many of us being the creators of that change. Come listen & add your stories to our history.” OLOC Boston events are open to all lesbians, including transgender lesbians, who want to attend a group & create a community of older lesbians & those of any age who support OLOC’s mission that includes being committed to support, respect & the empowerment of older lesbians, sharing their experience & understanding their position as older lesbians & claiming their strengths, celebrating their lives, inventing aging solidarity with allies for racial, economic & social justice. The event takes place at Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street in Brookline, MA. Following the event there will be an early dinner at Sichuan Garden, 295 Washington Street in Brookline Village, Brookline.
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Anonymous Marilyn Rosen said...

I've attended these events and they are informative and eye-opening with a wonderful assortment of women of all ages, races and experience.

March 16, 2016 at 10:19 AM  

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