Teach-in: Assemble, Advocate & Activate

with Monica Pearl

A look to history and queer theory to help unleash our inner (or not so inner!) activists. Teach-ins were a key ACT UP strategy, enabling people without formal education or previous knowledge of HIV and AIDS – or activism – to become knowledgeable, and share that knowledge with others in order to speak back to power.

One of ACT UP’s slogans was ‘We Are Fighting for Our Lives’; there is so much for today’s activists and organisers to learn from this example as we are fighting now on a spectrum of issues – whether economic justice; inclusion and fair treatment for migrants and refugees; ecological disaster; or the continuing struggles for Indigenous communities and people of colour, women and LGBT people.

Bring your issues; earn your attitude.

With Monica Pearl, University of Manchester and activist in New York's ACT UP.

IMAGE

by Ellen B Neipris, New York, 1990

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Accessibility

Auslan Interpreted
Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

When Tue 21 Jan 9pm
Duration 1hr 30m

Location

Hare Hole (Hares and Hyenas)

63 Johnston St, Fitzroy

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11 to stop 16 | tram 96 to stop 15

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200-207 to Brunswick/Johnston St

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