What’s Coming to Digital Sisterhood Network in March: Feminism Online Project

The Digital Sisterhood Network is gearing up for its Feminist Online Project activities in March.  Check out what’s coming below!

FYI – Digital Sisterhood Network will begin its mini social media vacation on February 1.  During the month of February, we will only use our Twitter account to celebrate #Digitalsisterhood Wednesdays on February 2, 9, 16, and 23.  We will also host our monthly Tweetchat on February 23.  The topic is self-love.  Dani, founder of Positively Present will serve as the guest host. We will return to our regular social media schedule in March.

FEMINIST ONLINE PROJECT EVENT SCHEDULE (tentative – more information will be added in late February)

  • March 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 (all day) – #DigitalSisterhood Wednesday Twitter Celebration
  • March 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 @9:00-10:00 pm ET – #DigitalSisterhood Monthly Tweetchats: The March 2nd topic is feminism and the challenges of working women, single women, poor women, and unemployed or underemployed women.  The March 9th topic is third wave feminism in the lives of Gen X, Gen Y, and millennial women and men.  The March 16th topic is  women and men of color and their relationship to feminism. The March 23rd topic is the power of feminism in motherhood, fatherhood, and parenting.  The March 30th topic is feminist spirituality and reclaiming the feminine.


Kerrie Martin - photo from KerrieMartin.com

Digital Sisterhood Network Blogger-in-Residence Kamaria T. Richmond

  • March 13 @7:30 pm ET – Digital Sisterhood Radio: Blogger-in-Residence Kamaria Richmond will launch her debut show on present moment living.

Treva Lindsey - Photo Credit: http://twitter.com/divafeminist

  • March 14 @8:00-8:30 pm ET – Digital Sisterhood Radio: Treva Lindsey, Assistant Professor in the University of Missouri-Columbia’s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, will discuss what it means to be a diva feminist and her work to promote “diva feminism” through her Diva Feminist blog and Twitter page.

Yael Flusberg - Photo Credit: David R. Phillips

  • March 29 @6:30-8:00 pm EST – DC She Writes Meet Up @ Teaism, 400 8th Street, NW, Washington, DC (1 block from National Archives Metro on Yellow Line) – Individuals are asked to purchase a beverage and/or entree.  The group will meet on the lower level and share six-word memoirs about feminism as ice breakers.  The  event will feature a book reading by poet Yael Flusberg, author of The Last of My Village.

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