Seeing Red will be having its first mini exhibition on Saturday 30th January ’10 at the Cowley Club (12 London Road, Brighton) as part of a day of anarcha-feminist workshops and events.
There may be cake.
Saturday 30th January: Cowley Club, 12 London Road, Brighton
A Day of Anarcha-Feminism
A completely free day of super feminism for all ages and genders. All invited- whether you are new to Anarcha-Feminism or already involved in similar groups. The day will help launch a brand new Brighton-based Anarcha-Feminist group, so please come along and get involved.
Free Day Event from 10.30am-6pm:
There will be: workshops, discussions, skill-shares, food, zine distros, crèche, films…Topics include: What is Anarcha-Feminism, Privilege, Herstory of Squatting, Childrearing, Self-Defence, Men and Anarcha-Feminism, Machismo Sexism and Emotional Support, Latitude Safe Space, Radical Knitting, DIY Herbalism and Subvertising, plus Storytelling and Zine-making for Kids!
Most workshops are wheelchair accessible; please let us know if you have any individual needs that we can assist you with.
Evening Fundraising Gig from 7pm-2am:
Fantastic feminist live music and comedy night, featuring: Aspel Orchid, Hullabeenies, Eastslope Blugrass Council, Beth Swain and stand-up comedy from Sharon Tyas.
Entrance for evening is by donation, but please give generously. All funds go to Latitude Safe Space, a women’s overnight homeless shelter project. The need for genuine homelessness support for women in Brighton and Hove was first officially recognised in a paper written in the late 80s… does it really take 20 years to act on such a glaring need? Everyone is massively warmly invited to attend the workshop and get involved with the project. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info on the event contact: email@example.com
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