Severely Queer presents Kenyon Farrow

Kenyon Farrow is coming to Edmonton!

How is growth and progress changing the face of Edmonton? How can you help ensure that we are ethically progressing?

In his talk Kenyon will explore how cities and areas get to be the way they are and how place and history affect people in their everyday lives. Looking at race, sex & the politics of gentrification in progressive and radical organizing, Kenyon will share his experience while looking at the politics of everyday life.

On May 14, from 7-9pm at the Jubilee Auditorium, Farrow will speak on WHOSE STREETS? Exploring Race, Sex & The Politics of Gentrification in Progressive and Radical Organizing.

Be there:
7pm-9pm, Friday May 14 2010
Jubilee Auditorium, Rehearsal Hall
(Enter Stage Door, South Entrance)
11455 87 Avenue
LRT stop: Jubilee/Health Sciences

By Donation

Onsite Child Care Available
Wheelchair / Some Reduced-Mobility Accessible
For accessibility questions email

On May 15 from 12-4pm he will facilitate a workshop called MAKING MOVEMENT: Organizing Strategies for Racial, Gender & Economic Justice.

Be there:
Noon- 4pm, Saturday May 15 2010
Transalta Arts Barns,10330 84 Ave

Pancake Brunch
Offsite Childcare Available
Wheelchair / Some Reduced-Mobility Accessible

To register for the workshop and for information about accessibility, email

This event is sponsored by:
– Public Service Alliance of Canada
– Alberta Public Interest Research Group
– Alberta Federation of Labour
– Alberta Union of Public Employees
– HIV Edmonton

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