International Women’s Day started out with a strike and on 8th March women across the world will strike against the unfair conditions under which we’re all forced to live. Unpaid work like childcare and cleaning prop up the world economy.
As carers of children, we resent our love being exploited and we are going to celebrate the strike by playing with our loved ones and teaching them about International Women’s Day. We will have experienced male childminders armed with play dough, so that this International Women’s Day, you might just get five minutes to enjoy a hot cup of tea and a chance to remember the bits that we love about kids and the chance to imagine living, loving and playing with them collectively.
Food, toys, activities and games provided for kids. All genders welcome.
10am-12pm William Morris Community Centre,
6-8 Greenleaf Road, Walthamstow, London E17 6QQ
10am-4pm Kurdish Community Centre (KCC),
11 Portland Gardens, Haringey, London N4 1HU
10am-12pm Nursery Albyn Road,
Vanguard Estate, Deptford, SE8 4EG
10.30am-12.30pm Tooting Neighbourhood Centre,
28 Glenburnie Rd, Tooting, SW17 7PJ
12pm-4pm Round Chapel Old School Rooms,
2 Powerscroft Road, Hackney, London E5 0UP.
Drop in from 3.30pm to collect free takeaway dinners
BRING YOUR CONTAINER!
4pm-6pm Trinity Centre Four Elms Road
Piercefield Place Cardiff CF24 1LE
If you would like to organise a Mums On Strike event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org