LAWAAG Meetup: Being Inclusive of all Socio-economic Classes in DIY Movements With Special Guest Teka-Lark Fleming

Join me and The Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic Group on the first Tuesday of May (that is this coming Tuesday May 5th, 7pm) at CFI-Los Angeles for a presentation by special guest Teka-Lark Fleming about: Being inclusive of all socio-economic classes in DIY movements.

This is going to be so inspiring- and very relevant to our recent discussions of feminism and intersectionality.

We welcome all genders and friends, old and new, to join us for this event! So feel free to invite along guests.

As always, I will bring some wine, soda and light snacks for after Teka’s talk so we can hang out and get to know each-other.

More about Ms Fleming.. spoiler alert she is rad!

Teka-Lark Fleming is a journalist, essayist, poet and independent publisher. She is the founder of the Blk Grrrl Book Fair and is the host and producer of the Blk Grrrl Show, a cultural and news web series. She is also the founder and publisher of the radical community newspaper the Morningside Park Chronicle (MPC) and the BrickBat Revue Broadsheet. The MPC is a print newspaper that covers South Central LA and Inglewood and the BrickBat Revue is a broadsheet that covers poetry and art.

She is a segment producer on KPFK’s Feminist Magazine. Her writing has appeared in the LA Weekly, Ebony, Counterpunch, Time, LA Streetsblog and Zócalo Public Square. She was formerly the Tracks columnist at LA City Beat. Tracks discussed race, transportation and urban planning. She is a proud alumna of Mount St. Mary’s College, the best little women’s college in the west. She lives in the neighborhood of Morningside Park in Inglewood, California with her cat Fish.

Seriously, you should come to this event. It’s free and it’s sure to be inspiring and empowering and just so you know, the LAWAAG regulars are a great group of smart, fun and friendly people.

Let’s strive to be more than just god-free let’s build a supportive, enlightened, educated, intersectional and diverse community in the non-religious parts of our society. That starts by getting to know good people and expanding our minds through the perspectives of others in a safe supportive atmosphere.

You can RSVP on our Facebook event page:

Or Join on our Meet-up Page.

See you Tuesday!
Center for Inquiry-Los Angeles,
4773 Hollywood Blvd.
L.A., CA 90027

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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