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Sunday, August 12th at 6 pm at the Red Clover Collective (603 E. 30th Street)Baltimore Racial Justice Action (BRJA) will present an overview of their work on dismantling racism. https://sites.google.com/site/baltoracialjustice/homeElvis Bakaitis will present Queers in history! We know they were *there,* so where were they? Come and find out about the magic of 19th century “romantic friendships,” and the awesome queer blues singers of the 1920’s & ’30s. We’ll also take a look at the state of queer historical archives today, and how some institutions hide or conceal information, making for a strange ambiguity about queerness. How do we want to portray and remember queer history, and how are those narratives taking shape? 
Elvis Bakaitis is a Brooklyn-based zinester and future librarian. In 2012, they co-organized the NYC Feminist Zinefest, and has given talks on queer history at Rutgers University, the Hedrick-Martin Institute (home of Harvey Milk High School), Kearny High School in New Jersey, and Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse in Baltimore. They also facilitate the monthly feminist bookclub at Bluestockings Bookstore.Suzy X. will present IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU: blogger Suzy X. examines the rugged individualism so prevalent in mainstream feminist politics today. From Slutwalk and sex positivity, to the defense of reproductive rights, and to the liberal aspirations of Having It All™, she believes one of the setbacks of feminism today is the narrow interpretation of “the personal is political,” that prioritizes a focus on the individual over intersectional and collective organizing.http://suzy-x.tumblr.com/As always we’ll be meeting at the Red Clover Collective to break ice & eat FREE FOOD w/ gluten free and vegan options, child care, (please rsvp if you can so we can anticipate the # of kids!) and music.These events are closed to cis-men (male assigned at birth & male identified).Check us out: http://bmorefeministbbq.wordpress.com/http://bmorereadinggroup.wordpress.com/And contact us with your ideas for the upcoming bbqs: bmoresummercamp@googlegroups.comxoxoxoxoand thanks to the Research Associates Foundation for making this series possible!

COME TO THIS BMORE FEMINIST BBQ!

i got a ton of unpacking accomplished this past weekend & will prob be able to attend. SO STOKED! and omg nyc friends are coming to baltimore YES!

Woo! We’ll be there …

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Sunday, August 12th at 6 pm at the Red Clover Collective (603 E. 30th Street)

Baltimore Racial Justice Action (BRJA) will present an overview of their work on dismantling racism. https://sites.google.com/
site/baltoracialjustice/home

Elvis Bakaitis will present Queers in history! We know they were *there,* so where were they? Come and find out about the magic of 19th century “romantic friendships,” and the awesome queer blues singers of the 1920’s & ’30s. We’ll also take a look at the state of queer historical archives today, and how some institutions hide or conceal information, making for a strange ambiguity about queerness. How do we want to portray and remember queer history, and how are those narratives taking shape? 

Elvis Bakaitis is a Brooklyn-based zinester and future librarian. In 2012, they co-organized the NYC Feminist Zinefest, and has given talks on queer history at Rutgers University, the Hedrick-Martin Institute (home of Harvey Milk High School), Kearny High School in New Jersey, and Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse in Baltimore. They also facilitate the monthly feminist bookclub at Bluestockings Bookstore.

Suzy X. will present IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU: blogger Suzy X. examines the rugged individualism so prevalent in mainstream feminist politics today. From Slutwalk and sex positivity, to the defense of reproductive rights, and to the liberal aspirations of Having It All™, she believes one of the setbacks of feminism today is the narrow interpretation of “the personal is political,” that prioritizes a focus on the individual over intersectional and collective organizing.http://suzy-x.tumblr.com/

As always we’ll be meeting at the Red Clover Collective to break ice & eat FREE FOOD w/ gluten free and vegan options, child care, (please rsvp if you can so we can anticipate the # of kids!) and music.

These events are closed to cis-men (male assigned at birth & male identified).

Check us out: http://bmorefeministbbq.wordpress.com/
http://bmorereadinggroup.wordpress.com/

And contact us with your ideas for the upcoming bbqs: bmoresummercamp@googlegroups.com
xoxoxoxo

and thanks to the Research Associates Foundation for making this series possible!

COME TO THIS BMORE FEMINIST BBQ!

i got a ton of unpacking accomplished this past weekend & will prob be able to attend. SO STOKED! and omg nyc friends are coming to baltimore YES!

Woo! We’ll be there …

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  1. animatormama reblogged this from poczineproject and added:
    West Coast sending love, wish I could go!
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  3. womanhouse reblogged this from poczineproject and added:
    i went to one of these when i was in baltimore. they are the best and i met so many nice people. if you live in/near...
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  5. poczineproject reblogged this from ineffable-she and added:
    Woo! We’ll be there …
  6. funkyfest reblogged this from ineffable-she and added:
    I’m coming to this!! Then I’m going to hang out in Baltimore for a few days to hang with a friend and get stabbed with a...
  7. steep-air reblogged this from ineffable-she and added:
    For my D.C. area friends. Go to this! I so wish i could be there.
  8. kalemason reblogged this from hoaxzine and added:
    ughhhhhhh i wanna go to this SO BAD. but i’m working. blah.
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  10. ineffable-she reblogged this from hoaxzine and added:
    i got a ton of unpacking accomplished this past weekend & will prob be able to attend. SO STOKED! and omg nyc friends...
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