17 January | Webinar | Ecofeminism as working class politics

Ecosocialism needs to be feminist. But how can we achieve this and what does this mean to the question of who will be the agents of the revolution we need?

On this webinar, we will have a conversation, counting with the special participation of Júlia Martí, Nina López, Selma James and Stefania Barca to start talking about who is currently doing the work required to fulfil our needs related to subsistence and care, and how this reproductive class relates to the more traditional sense of working class.

This will initiate the conversation on the session we will have in Lisbon on the Ecosocialist Encounters, where we will also talk about how the ecofeminists can organize towards the ecosocialist revolution: what works and what doesn’t? What else should we try?

Join us in thinking about an ecofeminist working class, one that can truly encompass the marginalized majority of labor on earth, and which gives priority to the kind of work needed to resist and survive in a burning world and to build a different society centered on life and care.”

Link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkcO-hqTwuGtO7j7y3x21gR5Jf8mVk9x5z

Languages: only English


Júlia Martí,
Nina López,
Selma James,
Stefania Barca

17 January, 2 pm UTC