Come for our holiday potluck!
Our president, Anahita Konjin, will describe her visit to WILPF headquarters in Geneva.
Come see “Toxic Trespass,” a film by Dorothy Rosenberg, which speaks to the environmental impact on children regarding their exposure to toxic materials.
Anti-feminist ultra-conservatives must be challenged
Trisha Baptie and Mary-Lee Bouma from the BSNS (Buying Sex Is Not A Sport) campaign will talk to us about their efforts to raise awareness about the increase of sex trafficking during the 2010 Winter Olympics Games in Vancouver.
Last one before summer break.
Saturday, April 10, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Promenade, Central Library, 350 West Georgia St. Admission is free. The Women’s History Network of British Columbia presents over 20 displays from museums, archives, historical societies, cultural groups, schools and others on BC women’s history. Co-sponsored by the VPL Special Collections, Herstory Cafe and the Vancouver Courier. For […]
Come view the film, The Strangest Dream The Strangest Dream tells the story of Joseph Rotblat, the history of nuclear weapons, and the efforts of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs – an international movement Rotblat co-founded – to halt nuclear proliferation.
Come view the film, “SPP and You.”