I Gotchu: Showing Up for Intersectional Women's Rights

  • Canvas Chicago

Join us for an evening of compelling discussion, powerful performances, art, music, and drinks as we celebrate women with an emphasis on our strength through intersectionalism. 

A response to the Women's March, this event will be a safe space for all femmes/queers/trans people to discuss what intersectionalism is, why it's essential to feminist initiatives, and how we can prioritize it in daily life. Our panel consists of truly incredible women who have been doing vital work long before the Women's March. 

Featuring:

Art gallery curated by amfm

Sounds by Cqqchifruit + more to be announced

Spoken word performance by June Thiele + more to be announced

Discussion panel with female leaders from Mujeres Latinas en AccionBlack Lives Matter ChicagoAmerican Indian Center - ChicagoJooJoo Azad, andCenter on Halsted

Discussion panel moderated by Jackie Rosa, founder of For Colored Girls Collective

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Located at Canvas - 2313 W. North Ave., Wicker Park, Chicago

$10 entry - snag an early bird ticket and get a free drink included!

Sponsored by Off Color Brewing and Freixenet
Off Color will be providing a signature brew - Troublesome
Freixenet will be providing:
Segura Viudas - Brut Rosé (sparkling)
Gloria Ferrer - Etesian Rosé (flat)

Profits donated to Assata's Daughters and Lifted Voices

Flyer by Anelly Vazquez (xfrgmnts)

Produced by: Mereya Lachel Goetzinger, Shannon Grace, Uchenna Iwantcha, Lynzie Jazzman, Alex Swanson

*Please note that this event is fully produced by and for women/queer/trans babes of all colors, and will be strictly upheld as a safe space for all.