Origins Eile has collaborated with gender.rip to present COLONIZATION & THE BODY - a panel discussion for QTPOC in Pallas Project Studios June 21st 5.30pm - 8pm
It's Pride month so lets all get together and chat.
This is a POC (people of color) centered event!
If this isn't you ask yourself if you should be taking up space here?
Food and music after panel to decompress and continue our chats and get to know each other, let's build community!
Due to it being a small capacity venue arrive early to avoid disappointment.
In this discussion we will have some of our favourite people talking on the body and the post colonial hangover of homophobia within the community.
We will discuss -
“If you say being gay is not African, you don’t know your history” - Bisi Alimi Nigerian Gay Activist
We kindly ask that if you don't identify as a POC but want to show support you can donate in our eventbrite link below. This is an intentional space curated for POC to heal through open conversation.
Origins Eile is an organisation run by queer people of colour dedicated to creating space that honours QTIBPOC folx.
Origins Eile is creating a brave space. This is an exuberant celebration of QTIBPOC experiences, any behaviour that we deem to be ableist, classist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic, racist, transphobic, disrespectful or hateful
This is gonna be our “Come Correct Code” for all of our events, so make sure you come correct, and while you’re with us please flag any offensive behaviour you experience or witness with us - wegotchu, every time.
If you have any accessibility issues please get in touch so we can do our best to accommodate you
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
As this is a POC centered event we ask that if you are not attending to please pass ticket onto another POC””
gender.rip’s contribution to this event has been lead by one of our highest level gender killers, Alber Saborío. You can see their work in the related exhibition, The Queeratorial
NOTE: TICKETS TO THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT. A DONATION IS NOT THE SAME AS A TICKET.