Social Issues Readings | March 2017  
Every Woman's Place for Support, Connections and Community.

Environmental Issues
Helen Knott, a Dane-Zaa/Nehiyaw social worker, poet and activist, explores the connection between violence against Indigenous women and violence against the land.

Wednesday April 5th, 6-8pm 
Racism and racial violence are becoming more publicized in recent months. If you'd like to learn more about anti-racism in Calgary, what others are working on and how you can get involved, join us for this l iving library workshop. Women will act as "books" that you can talk to about their work. Hosts will share their stories of anti-racism work in Calgary, shed light on the ways in which racism is present day-to-day, and how women can work together to combat it.
This event is open to all women-identified people.
Child minding is available! Contact Amanda at to register your child(ren).

Wednesday April 19th - 6-8pm
Join us to explore the issue of consumerism, its impacts on our environment, and the roles it plays in the lives of women. 

Wednesday May 3, 6-8pm
Historically, craft has been viewed as a feminine practice with limited influence outside the domestic sphere. More recently, crafts are being recognized not only as fine art but also as a subversive and effective form of activism. Join a group of crafty women for a hands on session at The Women's Centre as we learn how to weave a more feminist future!


Community Events

Women's Safety Circle
April 20, 6:30-8:30pm
The 12 Community Safety Initiative, CCIS, Ethno-Cultural Council of Calgary, City of Calgary, and Antyx Community Arts have launched an all ages women's safety sharing circle. Join them in creating a safe space at the City of Calgary building at 3810-17 Ave SE from 6:30-8:30pm, the third Thursday of each month.  Tea/coffee provided. 

Our Vision: Women Supporting Communities, Communities Supporting Women.