Intersectional Social Justice in Popular Music: LAWAAG meetup with Courtney Caldwell

It’s time for the Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic Group’s monthly meet-up on Tuesday April 7th at 7pm. This month we are gonna listen to, and learn about some really cool popular music with our very special guest, from this here blog, the smart, the fashionable and the collector of vinyl, Ms Courtney Caldwell!

Courtney is coming all the way from Texas to L.A. to visit us and she is bringing a playlist, speakers and some interesting information on some of today’s hottest musicians who are incorporating feminism, atheism and social justice into their work. This event is gonna be a LOT of fun. So bring your friends AND your dancing shoes, cuz we are gonna get down AND get educated!

I just got word that we can use the Steve Allen Theatre at CFI on Tuesday night if we want, so we can turn the lights down and turn the music UP!

This event is open to all genders so do feel free to bring/invite friends! Please RSVP on our FB invite so I know how many snacks and how much wine to bring.

The event is here:
Center for Inquiry | Los Angeles
4773 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90027

Join us!

Amy Roth

Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia, science-loving artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics and is currently in love with pottery. Daily maker of art and leader of Mad Art Lab. Support her on Patreon. Tip Jar is here.

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One Comment

  1. That sounds like a lot of fun! Unfortunately, this former night owl now turns into a pumpkin at 10:00. Ever since I woke up from my six-week coma, I’ve had to get to bed at 10:00. It’s a long story, as you may have guessed when I casually referred to my six-week coma. I didn’t even mention the multiple strokes on both sides of my brain. I’ve actually experienced remarkably few physical (and no mental) side effects for someone who was proclaimed to have profound brain damage. My doctors told my loved ones to give up hope for my full recovery. You can see why believers keep telling me that I experienced a miracle. Anyway, if this were on the weekend, I could probably do it. But then, my weekends are taken by my rehab walks. Sigh.

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