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Black feminist writer, organiser and activist Lola Olufemi will be in conversation about her book Feminism, Interrupted: Disrupting Power (Pluto). As feminism enters the mainstream of political thought and social action, is it in danger of being diluted? Olufemi argues the case for a radical feminism, divorced from consumerism and the state, which might become a liberating force for people of all genders and of none.
She will be discussing her work with poet and essayist Momtaza Mehri.