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Checking in from Feminism 2.0

Hi all.

Just wanted to put up a quick post that I'm utterly tired, but so energized for the feminist movement both on the ground and online. I think we're going to see a lot new projects so rest up because there will be plenty of work to go around!

This trip was so well worth it. I've met new people, met people who I've only known online and reconnected with people.

I left my computer glasses at home, so I don't want to give myself a migraine - esp since I'm teetering on the brink of something - so this is all I'll say for now.

There has been words used that lead me to believe that this will happen again next year. I'm wondering if there should be regional Fem 2.0's as I've mentioned this to locals and all have been excited about it, but couldn't make the trek out. I'm so privileged to be here and even more privileged to have spoken.

Comments

Claire Mysko said…
Lucky you! Wish I could have been there. Are you going to post some observations after you decompress?

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