Black Women for Wages for Housework

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Founded in 1976, Black Women for Wages for Housework is an international network campaigning for people, the environment and ending poverty, racism, war. Co-ordinated with the Global Womens Strike and #wagesforhousework.

Selma James is speaking at the Anarchist Bookfair, London

By Global Women's Strike | 17th September 2022

16.30-17.30pm : Autonomy – Central to Organizing and Unity. UPCOMING EVENT : Selma James is speaking at the Whitechapel Gallery this weekend! Workshop with Q&A at the London Anarchist Bookfair Clore Creative Studio in the Whitechapel Gallery (close to the Bookfair) 77-82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX. The Global Women’s Strike is also having…

Video: Wages for Housework: 50 years of campaigning – Selma James, founder of the WFH Campaign, in conversation with Margaret Prescod, co-founder Black Women for Wages for Housework

By Global Women's Strike | 25th March 2022

Video: The Ballad of the Sans-Papiers

By Global Women's Strike | 30th May 2020

Action alert: Support the church sit-in and hunger strike of immigrant people in Spain for papers for all and against immigration laws

By Global Women's Strike | 1st February 2001

How the black community is affected by racism from the police, the justice system and the media. Prepared by Reverend Francis Ackroyd, High Cross Church, Tottenham, with Black Women for Wages for Housework and Legal Action for Women

By Global Women's Strike | 16th July 1998

The Weekly Journal: The Crime Bill and the Black Community

By Global Women's Strike | 4th March 1997

Waging War for Women

By Global Women's Strike | 26th October 1988

Tricia Read, Caribbean Times, October 1988

Black and White Women in the Peace Movement

By Global Women's Strike | 21st November 1987

Homerton School, November 1987

Black Women Keep Vigil Against Racist Organisation

By Global Women's Strike | 13th February 1987

The Journal, February 1987

Blacks Still Get A Raw Deal

By Global Women's Strike | 22nd June 1986

Sharon Du Bois, The Observer, 1986