There will be a traditional Indigenous opening acknowledging the territory, and the evening will feature presentations and round table discussions from the editor and several of the book’s contributors. Co-presented with the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre. Venue is wheelchair accessible, we regret that the washroom area is not.
Proceeds from the evening will go to support the Sex Worker Action Group of Kingston (SWAG). For more information about SWAG go to http://hars.ca/programs/
For more information about the book go to:
http://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/ourschools-ourselves/feminism-real or contact Erika Shaker at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives at email@example.com