#blackHERstorymonth at @womyns_centre tonight we have a FemME Talk on (Re)Defining Womanism! 7pm @ @BECAMPS http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CayFq2oUUAEuBvE.jpg
Happy 72nd birthday to Alice Walker! Our Fem(me) Talk tonight on womanism is in honour of you. Thank you! <3 http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CazqPzxW0AAA3l1.jpg
Facilitators are reading Alice Walker's poem on womanism to the room, ending with this phrase. Owusu-Akyeeah says it's explaining how close the two terms, feminist and womanist, are but acknowledging that there is a difference.
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Often what get's erased in a lot of black history month discussion is what women did to contribute to the liberation of black people or the construction of a positive future.Owusu-Akyeeah said in an interview about why the Black HERstory Month angle is important to the Womyn's Centre.
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