New venue, NYC: Sat. Dec. 16 forum: Congolese Women in Africa Get Organized

International Working Women’s Day Coalition

The International  Working Women’s Day Coalition
and International Women’s Alliance invite you
to a special forum on:

Despite risks, Congolese women get organized

Guest speaker: Marie Claude-Manga from the Democratic Republic of Congo; member of Women from Diverse Origins (based in Canada)

Sat Dec 16, 1 pm – 3:30 pm

Light refreshments will be available

   Note: The venue for the meeting changed to
135 West 23rd St.                 

   Between 6th and 7th Avenues in Manhattan  


The International Working Women’s Day Coalition is a New York-based multinational, multigenerational, anti-capitalist, anti-patriarchal and anti-imperialist coalition dedicated to stopping the war on women at home and worldwide and to resist and unite to fight back regardless of gender identity, sexual preference and abilities.

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The International Women’s Alliance (IWA) is a global alliance of grassroots-based women’s organizations, institutions, alliances, networks and individuals committed to advancing the women’s movement in the 21st century and in moving forward the liberation of women.

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