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10 Haymarket LIVE events to watch during Women's History Month

Haymarket LIVE is Haymarket’s free, online, political education series. Since its launch in March 2020, Haymarket LIVE has hosted hundreds of discussions, panels, and lectures covering a wide range of topics.

For Women's History Month, we've put together a list of 10 inspiring, informative Haymarket LIVE events exploring the politics of gender, family, reproductive justice, and more, free to watch below (or to download as podcast episodes, here):

Abolition. Feminism. Now.

Join Angela Y. Davis, Gina Dent, Erica R. Meiners, and Beth E. Richie for an urgent conversation moderated by Mariame Kaba.

Defend Roe! No Abortion Bans! Defend & Extend Abortion Access

Join us for a conversation on the fight to defend abortion rights in honor of the anniversary of the historic Roe v. Wade decision.

Study and Struggle Critical Conversation #1: Intersectionality

A Study and Struggle critical conversation about what it means for abolition to be intersectional.

Beyond #StopAsianHate: Criminalization, Gender, and Asian Abolition Feminism

Abolitionist feminists discuss how white supremacy and criminalization shape the experiences of gendered racial violence for Asian people.

Black Mothering as Poetic Archive

Join Cheryl Boyce-Taylor and Alexis Pauline Gumbs as they discuss mothering, parenting, loss, and Cheryl's new book Mama Phife Represents.

Gay 4 History: A Dialogue Across Eras

A conversation examining the history of struggles over gender and sexuality as it relates to emancipatory struggles today.

Social Work & Abolishing the Family Regulation System

A conversation about the role of social workers organizing for justice in the so-called child welfare system.

Abortion Is Won In The Streets

Jenny Brown and Mexico-based abortion activist Lluvia “Rayito” del Rayo Rocha Perez discuss the past, present, and future of the struggle for reproductive justice.

Black Women's Radical Resistance in Britain

Join Dr. Beverley Bryan and Jade Bentil for an intergenerational conversation about Black women's radical resistance in Britain.

¡Activista! An International Women's Day Commemoration: Solidarity through Culture

Award-winning Chicago-based nonprofit arts presenter HotHouse curates a program of performances from women artists, speakers, and messages from places located throughout the world.

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