Colorado Feminists, Time to Crawl Out of the Woodwork.

Via on Apr 27, 2011

About two years ago I, with a group of colleagues in Chicago, started the Feminist Creative Alliance, an arts organization that hosted events throughout the city.

I moved to Boulder, CO in August and decided we needed something like that here. So now we have a Colorado chapter.

Our upcoming events are more social than arts-based but there are definitely worth attending. It’s great for networking and discussing feminism and all the other ists, isms, anti’s, pro’s, and posts in our lives.

If you’re at all interested in feminism please join us this Thursday for happy hour or at one of our next events.

The CO Feminist Creative Alliance believes in a feminism that strives to end the oppressions that keep all people from reaching their true potential.

Upcoming Events:

Thursday April 28th: Feminist Happy Hour at the Absinthe House (roof) Boulder, more info here.

Other events coming up in May:

Sunday May 15th: Summer Reading Series: Embroideries @ Innisfree Poetry Bookstore and Cafe, more info here.

Saturday May 21st: Exchange Rearrange Change: Clothing Swap @ Out Boulder Pride House, more info here.

For more information on what we do check out our Feminist Creative Alliance website and if you’re in Colorado be sure to click on our chapter’s link.

Also we’re still looking for a few more volunteers. If you’d like to get involved email us at co.feministcreativealliance@gmail.com

About Krystal Baugher

Krystal Baugher lives in Denver. She earned her MA in Writing and Publishing and her MA in Women and Gender Studies from DePaul University/Chicago. She is the creator of Mile High Mating, a website dedicated to helping people "do it" in Denver and beyond. You can find her on facebook and twitter (as long as you aren’t a stalker).

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