March 23, 2015
Irvine Auditorium & Cafe ’58, 3401 Spruce St. Philadelphia, PA.
Check me out with new work, newer poems, and some sort of saucy critique of many things with my wobbly self! Thanks to Penn Non-Cis, Gender Women’s Studies, Penn Disability Advocates, Queer People of Color, Queer & Asian, & Asian Pacific Student Coalition at University of Pennsylvania. Wheelchair accessible and scent-free!
Guest Lecturer 6pm
“Disability Justice: Re-centering Power in Movement Building”
taught by Patricia Berne (of Sins Invalid)
hosted by Disability Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley.
Since it is a closed course, feel free to message me if you want to attend.
The topic is on the disability justice concept of “wholeness”.
I’ll be sharing work like crip sick tankas, some SDQ love poems,
and reflections on medical systems as a trans POC disabled person.
There will be refreshments provided & a Q&A.
We have a surpise out of town guest tomorrow in our Disability Justice course — Monday, March 16th, Disability Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies are honored to bring you guest lecturer, Kay Ulanday Barrett.
We will be meeting in the room that we usually do,
602 Barrows, from 4p – 7p. Kay will likely read at appr. 6p.
If you are not a student in GWS 111.2, please email
an RSVP so that we can set the room — and food! — appropriately.
Patricia Berne: email@example.com
We didn’t burn your house down. You only wish we did! Here’s to Trans literary splendor and
goodness with the lovely people at Trans Poets Workshop NYC.
Trans Poets Will Burn Your House Down
” a common language with kay” featured in HEART-BEATS!!!
here’s an excerpt: ‘To think, colonization and displacement and systemic struggle takes so many things away, but brown people remember how they grew up through tastes, through community and organization kitchens. Self and collective preservation knows there’s magic in food.’
*Read more here:
Thanks to Karen Campos Castillo & Vivek Shraya for their fly work, sharing online & stage space!
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