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Chicago Feminist Events!

When I first started this blog, I tried to blog upcoming feminist events. But I was never happy with how I was doing it. So today I unveil my latest attempt to keep you & myself up on what is happening on the Chicago feminist scene - Chicago Feminist Event Calendar!

It's a Google calendar so you can subscribe to it and copy events right to your Google calendar. There is also a link for submitting your own Chicago feminist events. This has been brewing for far too long, but am just now launching it. I get so many emails about great events to share with all of you that I can't always keep up. Hopefully this new system will make it easier for me to share those events with you AND all in one place too.

If you keep a Chicago-centric feminist event calendar, leave the link in the comments and I'll be sure to link to you too.


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