Join us after Break Out! March Against Mass Incarceration (https://www.facebook.com/events/723307057699213/) for an after party, show and vegetarian potluck at The Community Church of Boston: 565 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02116
This will be a space for performers, musicians, spoken word artists, poets, and speakers to share their voices about mass incarceration and feminism. It will be a space for people to come together to share food and thoughts.
ABSINTHE ROSE: http://absintherose.bandcamp.com/
FLATLINE POETRY: https://www.facebook.com/FlatlinePoetry
YOLANDI CRUZ: https://www.facebook.com/yolandicruzguerrero
Doors @ 5pm
Show @ 6pm
$5 suggested donation but no one turned away for lack of funds!
This will be a fundraiser for Boston Feminists for Liberation (BFL). The money will go towards paying the venue and performers as well as BFL projects, supporting other groups, childcare for meetings, hiring translators for meetings, outreach materials (such as flyers, stickers etc.) and future BFL events. We greatly appreciate your donations.
The event will take place on the 2nd floor and is wheelchair accessible.
POTLUCK: Please bring food to share! This will be a vegetarian potluck. Vegan, Gluten Free, Halal and Kosher ENCOURAGED.
Please label food with ingredients. There will also be labeling materials at the potluck area.
Feel free to bring your own plates, bowls, and utensils. We will have plenty to share.
Some non-alcoholic beverages will be available to purchase at a sliding scale rate and the money will be donated to the BFL fundraiser.
Alcohol policy: Alcohol is not prohibited in the space. However alcohol will not be available for purchase during the show. If you choose to drink, drink responsibly and be respectful of others.
This is an all ages show. Do not provide alcohol to those under 21 years old. If you are under 21, please do not drink at this event.
BFL intends for this to be a safer space and will not tolerate oppressive language or actions. If you exhibit these behaviors (whether under the influence or not) you will be asked to leave the space.
Some guidelines for how you can contribute to a safer space:
– Be aware of your actions and language
-Do not assume a person’s identity whether it be gender, sexuality, race, abilities, class, background etc.
-Respect people’s boundaries and practice consent culture when interacting with people verbally and physically.
BFL would like to thank The Community Church of Boston for co-sponsoring this event. Please respect the space, respect yourself, and respect one another.
Want to help set up or clean up?
Please share and distribute flyers: