Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind

Potluck Series

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The Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Potluck Series is a never-ending series of potlucks celebrating, lifting up, studying and utilizing the legacy of Black feminist thought to save our lives and transform our communities in Durham, NC (and in your community if you choose to read along!)   All are welcome and childcare is provided.

Coming Up in 2010!

January
Black Feminism Lives in Durham!
(featuring Harriet Alston, founding member of the Salsa Soul Sisters)

February
How Did We Learn to Love Like This?
(featuring the poetry and prose of asha bandele on love despite the Prison Industrial Complex)

March
Black Feminism Lives Worldwide!
(featuring the creative non-fiction of Mai’a Williams on Black feminist solidarity in the Middle East)

April
Black Feminist Blogging
(tentatively featuring Yolanda Carrington of the Primary Contradiction)


May
“Turning the Beat Around”
(featuring Audre Lorde’s work on Black lesbian feminism and parenting)

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