Fighting your case to win justice & build the movement: Philadelphia Workshop with Selma James and Nina Lopez

Workshop: “Fighting your case to win justice & build the movement”

Friday April 10
4:30-7:30pm Tabernacle United Church, 3700 Chestnut St, Phila

Followed by Q&A; sharing strategies & resources across sectors.

For those fighting criminalization, discrimination or deportation ● having their children removed ● police/prison guard violence ● elder guardianship abuse ● denial of benefits ● rape victims including those wrongly accused of making a false allegation ● whistleblowers facing retaliation ● groups struggling under the weight of cases while also fighting for change . . . This workshop is based on the principles of self-help, accountability, and holding non-profits and professionals to account. Sponsored by: Global Women’s Strike and Every Mother is a Working Mother Network Co-sponsors: Human Rights Coalition, Payday men’s network, Peacehome Campaigns, Women and Trans Prisoner Defense Committee

Selma James and Nina Lopez

Coordinators of the Global Women’s Strike (London, England)

Selma James is an internationally known speaker, author and organizer. Founder of the Wages for Housework Campaign. Her most recent publication is Sex, Race and Class – The Perspective of Winning.

Nina Lopez is originally from Argentina. Founder of Legal Action for Women, she works with the English Collective of Prostitutes.

4 thoughts on “Fighting your case to win justice & build the movement: Philadelphia Workshop with Selma James and Nina Lopez

  1. marcus pearson

    My children were taken wile in there mother’s custody. She was told by the courtti do a lot of things complted them became a chef. And the still won’t return the children to either parent or even let either familey adopt any help that can be given would be deeply appreciated .

  2. Tasy

    Hi, my name is Tasy and I had few questions I like to ask. I was taken advantage of by Dhs of the state of Oklahoma and had no chance in getting my daughter back. I was wondering if you could help me or could refer me to someone that could. I really appreciate it. Looking forward to hearing back from you.

    Tasy Steinsiek


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