Sisters in Struggle – Building a Global Movment: A Black History Month Event

In February 1988, the Toronto Black Women's Collective organized "Sisters in Struggle Building a Global Movement" with celebrated scholar lecturer and fighter for human rights Angela Y. Davis as the keynote speaker. The event was co-sponsored by many groups active on racialized and immigrant women's issues, as well as other feminist, anti-racist and progressive organizations.

In February 1988, the Toronto Black Women’s Collective organized “Sisters in Struggle Building a Global Movement” with celebrated scholar lecturer and fighter for human rights Angela Y. Davis as the keynote speaker. The event was co-sponsored by many groups active on racialized and immigrant women’s issues, as well as other feminist, anti-racist and progressive organizations.

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