Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office
SATURDAY June 3rd Session 1: 10:00am - 11:50am
The women’s march that followed Trump’s victory was hugely impressive and even historic. On the heels of a presidential campaign marred by overt sexism as well as an overly narrow vision of elite feminism, what can we make of this recent upswell in feminist organizing? How we can support a new feminism that embraces all oppressed minorities while basing itself in a material notion of class politics?
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Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office
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Stefanie Ehmsen is co-director of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office:
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The Nation magazine
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Sarah Leonard is Features Editor at The Nation. She is also editor-at-large at Dissent magazine, and co-editor of The Future We Want: Radical Ideas for the New Century.
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María Poblet is a co-founder of LeftRoots, a US organization of social movement leftists working to develop strategy towards a socialist future, and the grassroots leadership to carry that out. She is Chicana & Argentine, with extensive experience in Latino community organizing, and was the founding Executive Director of Causa Justa :: Just Cause, a grassroots organization building unity between African American and Latino communities to address gentrification, displacement, and immigrant rights in the SF Bay Area. She is a founder of the US Chapter of the World March of Women.
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Writer and Echoing Ida editor
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Carla Murphy is a former reporter, most recently a reporting fellow at The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute and a staff reporter for, a daily news site where race matters. It is published by Race Forward, a national racial justice organization. I specialized in criminal justice (Baltimore, New York City, Chicago), labor and other inequalities affecting urban communities of color. I'm a graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and I hold a degree in gender and international development from the London School of Economics. I'm an immigrant and a writer. I'm currently the senior editor for Kimetrica, a research firm that supports humanitarian and development efforts in East Africa, and an editor for Echoing Ida, a project of Forward Together that amplifies the voices of black women and nonbinary writers in media.
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Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office