As part of the Women's Rights Day, the City proposes a historico-staggered conference with the Bretzel Compagny: Three Women for an Olympus, three speakers who defend, each in their own way, this singular character of the 18th century. Author of the Declaration of the Rights of Women, written in 1791 and militant, Olympus de Gouges divided and divided again. His fights are still resonating today. Olympe de Gouges challenges our era: equality, social justice, freedom of expression ... all the indignations of an avant-garde, free and independent, which give rise to real political proposals for a humanist society. A back and forth between past and present, between small and great story where the true and the false come together to create a truth ... not quite absolute.

Saturday, March 9 at 6:30 pm at the Renaissance. Free entry