During the organising towards the Women’s Strike on International Women’s Day, we have become aware of many events going on throughout our magic city. We of course recommend people to attend events organised by the Birmingham Women’s Strike assembly as we believe that collective social action is the best way to improve the lives of all women and non-binary people and build a better world for all. However, we also support a diversity of tactics approach to building our community and are overjoyed to see all the discussions and celebrations that are happening on March 8th.
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If you can’t make it to any of our events, perhaps checkout the following:
International Women’s Day! Fight for liberation & socialism! – 7 March at 19:30–21:00 UTC – The Victoria, Birmingham, 48 John Bright Street, B1 1BN Birmingham.
International Women’s Day! ft. Lauren Jade * Reyna * El Hill – 8 March at 19:00–22:00 UTC – The Asylum 2
38-40 Hampton Street, B19 3LS Birmingham.
International Women’s Day: Women’s Journeys – 8 March at 12:00–19:00 UTC – Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (UK), Chamberlain Square, B3 3DH Birmingham.
Open Mic Night – International Womens Day – 8 March at 18:00–23:00 UTC – OIKOS Cafe, 58 High Street, B23 6RS Erdington, Birmingham.
Handsworth Her-Story – 7 March at 10:00–14:30 UTC – Soho House Museum, Soho Avenue off Soho Road, B18 5LB Birmingham.
NSR Presents: POWER (International Women’s Day) – 8 March at 21:30–02:30 UTC, The Night Owl, 17-18 Lower Trinity Street, B9 4AG Birmingham, United Kingdom.
This Bridge called Poverty – 9 March at 16:00–20:00 UTC – Meena Centre, Hockley, Birmingham.
Welcome to P.M.T (Powering the Matriarchy Together) – 10 March at 10:30–15:00 UTC – Impact Hub, Digbeth Birmingham.