Surrounded by portraits of famous intersectional activists and posters quoting their hopes for the future, community members gathered Saturday for the Pittsburgh Fight Back 101 Workshop and Community Meeting.

More than 100 new and experienced activists participated in interactive workshops and collaborative discussions focused on the current state of Pittsburgh’s intersectional political movements. The meeting took place from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pittsburgh United office near the North Shore. Organization leaders were joined by other coalition groups like One PA, the Education Rights Network and Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania.

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